Villa Portulaca location:

This enchanting villa is situated in a small village, in its peaceful part surrounded by farms and forests, not far from the ancient Dalmatian city of Zadar. Zadar’s old city center offers cultural and historical heritage worth seeing: ancient, medieval and Renaissance monument as The Romans’ town square from the 1st century, the church of Saint Donatus from the 9th century, the church of Saint Mary originally from the 11th and then later rebuilt in the 16th century, the cathedral of Saint Anastasia dating in the 12th-13th century, the parts of defence walls etc. Today it is mostly well-known for its new installations – the Sea Organ that produces wave symphonies and the Greeting to the Sun that creates light shows. Legendary Alfred Hitchcock stated that Zadar has the most beautiful sunset in the whole world, be sure to see it! Apart from the historical sites and famous architecture, Zadar provides numerous beaches and restaurants with Mediterranean cuisine. There are several national and nature parks in the close proximity: Plitvice lakes, Krka waterfalls, Kornati islands, Telašćica and Paklenica. You will not be disappointed if you are looking for some other type of fun either: pleanty of different coffee bars and beach clubs as well as night bars and clubs will be to your liking. To round up your visit to Zadar, please taste the famous local cherry liquor Marascino.


  • Distance – beach: 8 km Sukošan
  • Distance – airport: 6 km
  • Distance – restaurant: 8 km Sukošan
  • Distance – shop: 500 m
  • National Park Krka Waterrfalls 75 km
  • National Park Plitvice Lakes 120 km