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Luxury holiday home

Welcome to Villa Providenca

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Villa Providenca is a brand new luxury villa situated in the small village of Debeljak close to Zadar. It has been built, designed and decorated to offer you the perfect holiday experience. It has a big garden with a private pool where you can spend unforgettable moments in the sun. There is also an al fresco dining area, for those who would like to spend the whole day in the sun and grab a snack or drink right there, next to the pool and the children’s playground.

Villa Providenca is located in a small village called Debeljak, close to Sukosan, just a short drive away from the city of Zadar. Zadar is an ancient city with historical and cultural heritage worth seeing. Famous Alfred Hitchcock said that Zadar has the most beautiful sunset in the world – do not miss it!

The old town provides monuments of the ancient, medieval and Renaissance times: Romans square (1st century), church of St. Donat (9th century), church of St. Marija (11th century, rebuilt in 16th century), cathedral of St. Stošija (12th-13th century), the parts of defences walls… Nowadays it is famous for the symphony of the Sea Organ and the light installation “Pozdrav Suncu” (Greeting the Sun). In Zadar, you will find beaches, historic architecture and restaurants with Mediterranean cuisine. National and nature parks (Krka Waterfalls, Kornati Islands, Plitvice Lakes, Telašćica, Paklenica…) are also close.

If you are looking for more fun from sunset until dawn- in Zadar are beach clubs, coffee bars and after midnight you can enjoy the pleasant atmosphere of night bars and clubs. During your stay in Zadar do not forget to taste the sweet Maraschino cherry liquor!

One bedroom with double bed and ensuite bathroom is situated on the ground floor, as well. The first floor is reserved for a good night’s sleep and relaxation, with 3 bedrooms (two with double beds and one with 2 single bed), each with its own ensuite bathroom. The Villa Providenca is fully air-conditioned and has wifi connection.

General Info

  • Pets are not allowed

  • Indoor area: 412 m2

  • Total plot area: 986 m2

  • Max. guests: 8

  • Private pool: 35 m2

  • Sun loungers: 8

  • Garden

  • Completely enclosed

  • Lawn watering system

  • Panoramic views

  • Private parking – gated shaded

  • 4 parking spaces; pool towels are provided


  • Children playground

  • Pool table

  • Darts

  • Air-condition units no: 8

  • WiFi broadband

  • Play Station 3

  • Laundry

  • Washer

  • Iron and board

  • BBQ – charcoal

  • Fully equipped kitchen

Bedrooms and bathrooms

  • Bedroom #1: number of double beds:1

  • Bedroom #2: number of double beds:1

  • Bedroom #3: number of double beds:1

  • Bedroom #4: number of double beds:1

  • Baby cot: 1

  • Bed linens are provided and changed once per week. All bedrooms have a TV. Baby cot available on request.

  • Bathroom #1: washbasin, toilet, shower enclosure, bidet

  • Bathroom #2: washbasin, toilet, shower enclosure

  • Bathroom #3: washbasin, toilet, shower enclosure

  • Bathroom #4: washbasin, toilet, shower enclosure

  • WC: 1

  • Bathroom ensuite all

  • Outdoor shower

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Tourist Info & Zadar


The trail begins in the north, on the vivid white cliffs underneath the Velebit mountain, where the view of the surreallandscape of Croatia’s most indented island, Pag, stretches before you. Pag offers beautiful coves and beaches with unspoiled nature, as well as centres of modern tourism. The lace of Pag is very famous, as well as Pag cheese, and its secret ingredients, the wind “bura” and salt which give it a specific and recognisable flavour. To pass the routes of Croatian rulers means to feel a notable diversity of experiences given by thousand-year-old towns, such as the 3,000-year old Zadar, whose fortifications have been inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List. In Nin you will find the smallest cathedral in the world, and the modern and lively tourist centres such as Biograd na Moru 

and picturesque places of the Dalmatian hinterland, Ravni Kotari, and the islands will overwhelm you with their specific Dalmatian temperament. All those who visit the medieval fortress of St Michael on the island of Ugljan during sunset, by bike or on foot, will have the opportunity to enjoy the view of an earthly paradise made up of emerald islands, and a golden string of pearls immersed in the sun that will be remembered forever.Zadar, a city on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, is known for the Roman and Venetian ruins of its peninsular Old Town. There are several Venetian gates in the city walls. Surrounding the Roman-era Forum is 11th-century St. Mary’s Convent, with religious art dating to the 8th century. There’s also the grand, 12th-century St. Anastasia’s Cathedral and the round, 9th-century pre-Romanesque Church of St. Donatus.It is only in this part of land that you will peek into the world’s smallest cathedral – the Church of the Holy Cross, in the city of Nin, before touring the largest Roman forum on these shores of the Adriatic. And if that were not enough, you will discover the origins of Croatia’s cultural identity in the city of Zadar, with over 3,000 years of history.

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