So – here we are! At the heart of the historical Croatian region of Dalmatia. All parts of Croatia are well-connected through a network of modern roads, airports, seaports and marinas, and Crvena Luka is not an exception, having good links to all main transportation routes.
Our resort is located next to the city of Biograd na Moru, 30 kilometres from Zadar and the near-by international airport situated in Zemunik Donji. In terms of road access, it is situated immediately beside the Adriatic Highway and the connection road to the A1 Motorway Zagreb-Split.
Ferry Port Zadar (30 km) and Ferry Port Split (138 km), as well as many quays and marinas, provide quick and easy access from the sea, whether you are travelling by a vehicle on board a ferry or by a privately-owned vessel.
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Biograd na Moru
Biograd na Moru, a historic Croatian royal town, is a well-known tourist and nautical centre today. It is situated on a peninsula and encircled by marinas and a promenade with an unforgettable view of the Pašman Canal and the many islands that surround it.
You should not miss out on a visit to the thousand-year-old city of Zadar and all its cultural and historical features of which we would like to single out museums, churches, as well the unique symbols and markers of the city: the Sea Organ and Greeting to the Sun.
Šibenik, the oldest self-made city on the Adriatic, is situated in the central part of the Croatian Adriatic coast, in the picturesque and indented sea bay that the Krka River flows into – one of Croatia’s most beautiful karst rivers. A special feature of the city is St. Jacob’s Cathedral, built entirely of stone.