Apartments Pergola, Kukljica

Apartments Pergola are located in the center of Kukljica on the island of Ugljan, 100 m away from the sea and 600 m from the nearest beach. Barbecue facilities are available on site. There is also free parking on the plot. The grocery store and restaurant are 100 meters from the property.

Our apartments are equipped with free Wi-Fi (WiFi), flat-screen TVs and a fully equipped kitchen with an oven. Refrigerator, cooking plates and coffee maker are available.

Orange apartment

Orange apartment is a two-bedroom apartment of 44 m2 on the first floor of the building. It has a living / dining / kitchen area, a bedroom with a double bed, a bathroom and a terrace. For shared use: garden, outdoor shower, garden furniture, barbecue.

  • Air conditioner (5€/day)
  • Free wireless internet
  • TV
  • Stove, hood and oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Coffee maker and water heater
  • Toaster and cutter
  • Dishes and cutlery
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Towels and bed linen
  • Free parking

Green apartment

Green apartment is a two bedroom apartment of 40 m2 on the first floor of the building. It has a living / dining / kitchen area, a bedroom with a double bed, a bathroom and a terrace. For shared use: garden, outdoor shower, garden furniture, barbecue.

  • Air conditioner (5€/day)
  • Free wireless internet
  • TV
  • Stove, hood and oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Coffee maker and water heater
  • Toaster and cutter
  • Dishes and cutlery
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Towels and bed linen
  • Free parking
4. street 6 A, 23271 Kukljica, Croatia

About Kukljica

Kukljica is a small tourist and fishing village, located on the south-east of Ugljan Island, to which the neighboring island of Pasman is attached. Two islands on the Strait of Zdrelac connect the bridge of the same name.

On the north side, Kukljica is bordered by the Zadar canal which is separated by a 5 km airline from the remote Sukošan (9.5 km from the city of Zadar), and in the south by the sea of ​​the Central Channel, which is divided by 5 km away from the south-eastern coasts of the island of Iž. Kukljica, as well as the rest of Ugljan, has an exceptionally indented coast and counts several bays, bearing the following names: Otric, Kostanj, Gnjorišći, Kukljica, Ždrelašćica, Kunčabok, Vela and Mali Sabuša, Jelenica, Baćina draga, Maževica and Mala Lamjana. Zaglav (cape between the bay of Gnjorišća and Kukljica bay) is the highest place on which is located the tourist resort of Zelena punta, and also other villages: rcape Glavica, cape Suhi, Karantun and Loparić. Some of the mountain tops: Straža (152 m), Veli vrh (123 m), Strženjak (109 m) and others whose height does not exceed 100 m, to the lowest peak Žan (13 m), among the islets on Karantunić islet is high 18 m. The lush landscape is characterized by lush vegetation - dense pine forests, cypresses, macaw, figs, grapefruit and definitely unavoidable olives.

Kukljica video

Kukljica history

The first well-known written mention of the name of Kukljica is in the list of 1106 published by Tadija Smičiklas in "Codex diplomaticus", mentioning the donation of the olive grove to the monastery of Sv. Krševana in Zadar. The most significant buildings, unfortunately damaged, are the castle (summer residence) of the Nassi family from 1623, and the remains of an unknown building in Ortulano's court.

The construction of stone houses, typical autochthonous Dalmatian construction, stands out most in Kukljica. The houses were built by hanging one on the other, forming a small rectangular squares. That square and a set of houses is called the court. The best preserved courtyards are Basement Court, Benin Palace, Jojin Palace, Lycium Palace, Lonely Palace and Martin's Palace.

St. Jerolima church, in today's Romanesque form, dating back to the 13th century, is located on the southeastern part of the Kostanj bay. Parish baroque church of St. Paul was built on the foundations of the older church. Valuable Glagolitic inscriptions are evidence of the beginning of construction in 1666 (the inscription on the portal), and of the dedication of 1674 (inscription in the church). The 18th-century bell tower is 25 meters high. There are five large altars in the church. The Votive Baroque Church of St. The Lady of the Snow from the 17th century in Zdrelašćica bay is similar to the church of Sv. Paul, built at the same time. It was built on the foundations of an older sanctuary. The church is culturally well-known in the Register of Immovable Cultural Monuments of the Regional Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments in Split. The Renaissance, wooden, altarpiece was transferred to the Sacred Art Museum in Zadar, and a copy was placed on the altar. Sv. The Lady of Snow is celebrated on every August 5th continuously from 1514 with a magnificent procession of the sea, sculpture of Mother of God on board and regatta of several hundred different ships.

Beaches in Kukljica

Paths

The Lungomare Trails are intended for the widest range of hikers, following the shore of the stream, passing through numerous bays through the centuries-old pine woods. The other side of the island is connected to Kukljica by light footpaths that intertwine the beautiful interior of the island, and are also intended for a wider range of walks. Special attention is paid to the paths that pass through the olive groves and pine forests. Harder footpaths are intended exclusively for active hikers or mountaineers, which include steep parts, and may be partly on the tough terrain. The attraction of the trail is untouched nature and numerous gazebos, which provide a magnificent view of the Zadar archipelago.

Using harder footpaths, it requires the wearing of solid sneakers, and the mandatory carrying of water or juices, especially during the summer. Never dismantle the centuries-old stone drywall (MOCIRE), if your stone is thrown away, put it back in place. If you encounter an animal, behave naturally, calm down and watch. Do not go to unproven and unmarked lanes, many lanes and paths on the islands are neglected and are not suitable for use.

Walking trails

  • PATH NR. 6. KUKLJICA – VELI VRH (122 m) – NEHAJ – KALI ength: 5.5 km, 2 hours walking, easy walking path
  • PATH NR. 16. KUKLJICA – ILOVAČA – NEHAJ – SV. PELEGRIN – KALI length: 5 km, 1h 30 'walk, easy walkway
  • PATH NR. 17. KUKLJICA – SV. JEROLIM – OTRIĆ – KALI length: 5 km, 1h 20 'walk, easy walking path
  • PATH NR. 19. KUKLJICA – Uvala JELENICA – Bay SABUŠA – Bay KUNČABOK – Bay ZDRELAŠĆICA – GOSPA SNJEŽNA – CAPE GLAVINA – KUKLJICA length: 6.5 km, 1h 40 'walk, easy walking tour

Bicycle path

  • PATH NR. 1. KUKLJICA – NEHAJ – KALI – DRAGE – KANALI – GRUŠINE – TURKIJA – DOCI – Uvala PRTLJUG – UGLJAN (Bolnica) – LJOKINE – GUDUĆE – UGLJAN length: 21.5 km, medium heavy bicycle path
Biciklistička karta

Prices & reservation

Green apartment
60
€/day
(June and September)
70
€/day
(July and August)
Orange apartment
70
€/day
(June and September)
80
€/day
(July and August)

Deposit

  • Deposit in the amount of 30% of the total price
  • Reservation is not valid until payment of deposit is made

Payment

  • The rest of ammount (70%) of the total price must be paid in cash within 24 hours upon arrival in the apartment

Other payments

  • Residence tax (adults 1,5 €/day, children 12 to 18 years 1€/day, children up to 12 years do not pay)
  • Air condition is charged 5 € per day (if used)

Other

  • On the last day of the stay, guests are required to leave their accommodation until 10:00 (AM), so as to secure the next guest's reception from 12:00 (PM).

Contact us

If you have any questions feel free to contact us!

Mirjana Hoffert
Mirjana Hoffert
Booking/Reservation
+385 (0)98 169 7505
hoffert.antun@gmail.com

Traffic information

By road and ferry across the island of Ugljan, the town of Kukljica is connected with Zadar, with the possibility of using its own transportation or public transport organized by buses. A very important role is played by a bridge crossing Uvala Ždrelašćica and connecting the islands Ugljan and Pašman. Through Pašman there is organized public transport by buses and ferry that connects the island of Pašman from Tkon, the shortest relation with Biograd.

Ferry schedule Zadar - Preko (pdf)

Ferry line (Zadar - Preko)

Trajektna linija Ugljan

Apartman Pergola, Kukljica, Ugljan

4. street 6 A, 23271 Kukljica, Croatia

If you have any questions please feel free to call us:

  • +385 (0)98 169 7505