- 87.906 m2 FOR SALE
- cadastral municipality of Dragove
- 10 km from Zadar
- possibility for olive planting
- view of Kornati
- agricultural land
- it is possible that on every 30,000 m2 to build a single storey villa of a total surface area up to 3% of the surface area of the plot (up to 900 m2 per villa)
Dugi Otok – island of distinctiveness and contrast
Dugi Otok is the seventh largest island of the Adriatic Sea, and is located on the Dalmatian coast, west of Zadar. To be more precise, it is 10 km from the coast, in relation to Zadar which is the nearest large town on the mainland. It is the largest island amongst the islands of northern Dalmatia (114 km2), from where it also derives it name (Dugi Otok means “Long Island” in English): it is 45 kilometres long, between one and four kilometres wide; whilst its highest peak, Vela Straža, is 338 metres high.
The coastline facing the open sea is quite diverse: the area which is located in the protected nature park of Telašćica is mostly steep and here beautiful cliffs dominate, whilst the southeast side offers an abundance of peaceful coves, such as the sandy beach of Sakarun. Due to this most of the settlements are also in fact situated on the eastern side, including Sali (the largest town), Božava, Dragove, Soline, Brbinj, Luka, Polje, Verona, Savar, Veli Rat, Zaglav, Žman…
Due to the proximity of many nature parks and their specific qualities, the northwest part of Dugi Otok was recently recognised as being one of the most interesting areas of Zadar County, and was also declared “a significant Croatian landscape”. Dugi Otok is located near the famous and picturesque natural settings of the Kornati National Park. More than 1,500 hectares of islands covered in vineyards, orchards and agricultural land, about 752 hectares of pastures and about 300 hectares of forested land. The vegetation is more distinct in the northern and central parts of the island.
The island has a population of only 2,900 inhabitants. The main road connects all the places on the island and offers a beautiful view of the surrounding islands. It is well connected to the mainland by ferries and catamarans. The island has several hotels, restaurants, supermarkets, tourist offices, post offices, health clinic, harbour office, customs control points and other service amenities.
In 2012, 1.3 million tourists visited Zadar County (Dugi Otok is located in Zadar County), which is a growth of 7% compared to 2011.
Information about the land
The plot of land on Dugi Otok is located in an attractive and extremely peaceful location, with a beautiful view of the Adriatic Sea, the surrounding islands and continental Croatia.
The land is situated in untouched nature close to the village of Dragove, and is surrounded by four islets: Tatišnjak, Veliki and Mali Planatak and Magarčić.
- the total surface area of the land = 87.906 m²
- it is land with great potential, ideal for building Mediterranean style luxury villas
- the possibility for agriculture (eg. planting olives, almonds, viticulture)
About the location:
- view of Kornati
- direct access to the main island road
- necessary infrastructure is available straight to the plot (water and electricity)
- the largest settlement Božava is 6 km away and offers various amenities (market, restaurants, cafés, post office etc.)
- the land is located near 5, considered by many as the most beautiful of Croatia’s national parks (Kornati, Paklenica, Krka, Plitvice Lakes and Northern Velebit)
- 10 km distance form the mainland, eg. city of Zadar
- only two hours’ drive by car from Zagreb (Croatia’s capital city)
- 500 metres from the sea (as the crow flies) and 1 km from the marina
- 10 km distance from the airport (Zadar)
- it is possible that on every 30,000 m2 to build a single storey villa of a total surface area up to 3% of the surface area of the plot – in other words up to 900 m2 per villa in the cadastral municipality of Dragove
- the urban plan of Dragove enables the immediate construction of 3 villas (maximum height of 4 metres)
maximum number of floors: 1; maximum height: 4 m