A small village on the Dugi Otok island, Bozava is a tranquil tourist destination. It has a small harbour and is bordered by a large field. Its magnificent coast is comprised of limestone and a pine forest can be seen in the vicinity. If you are looking for a serene and peaceful holiday getaway, try the calm and surreal beauty of Bozava. The surroundings are simply relaxing and incomparable with other Croatian vistas. Accommodation, which is often top priority on any tourist’s list, is not a problem here. There are various Bozava apartments and Bozava villas catering for varied capacities. Bozava villas and apartments house up to ten people while others accommodate more or less that number. These luxurious Bozava villas and Bozava apartments exude comfort and are exclusive to your needs.
They are located quite near the sea and this is one of the advantages you will appreciate. The close proximity makes it easy to access the coastal routes for an evening walk by the sea to view the spectacular sunset. Apart from being cheap and secure, Bozava villas and Bozava apartments give you a chance to interact with other tourists as well as Croatian natives. There are numerous activities you can take part in in your Bozava holiday as you will discover. Sunbathing is one of the common pastimes. There are smooth rocks on the beaches for this purpose. Boating, canoeing, cycling and basketball are some of the sports tourists enjoy. There is a lot to see on this lovely island, so if you love a bit of distraction, go to Zaglav, Luka or Sali. Boat excursions are common for that perfect day out with your family and friends. You can arrange for one to the Telascia Bay, Cape of Punta Bjanka or to the Kornati National Park. Fishing is also fun especially if you are in the company of fun-loving people. There are boats ready at the harbour to take you on a cruise or fishing in the Adriatic too – be sure to pack a big rod!
A day out at sea or spent exploring the shallow sea and white sand of the Saharun beach or the famous ruins of Illyrian and Roman buildings is rewarding yet somewhat exhausting. You're bound to have worked up an appetite during your explorations, and a large platter of seafood will no doubt be welcome. Like other villages on the island, Bozava’s cuisine is influenced by the people’s fishing culture. Their scrumptious seafood dishes are to die for. Crabs and calamari are examples of the popular specialties and olive oil is used as an important ingredient. There are many taverns and restaurants on the island that prepare these dishes with a great deal of skill – you won't go hungry here, that's for sure!
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