Enjoy the large garden, privately.
The house has a large front and backyard - which is, luckily, leaning against the picturesque Mediterranean bushes interlaced with a couple of pathways that lead to the closest olive groves and vineyards. This wilderness contributes to the overall serenity of the place and makes a perfect polygon for seeking for asparagus in the springtime. The front yard is looking at the village (and a bit more bushes) but it is spacious enough and at the just right distance from the first neighbours to accomodate a private and comfortable pool - and sunbathing area with an outdoor shower. In the front yard there is also a barbecue and in the backyard a wooden climbing frame for kids.
The village Galovac is settled almost in the middle of the Ravni Kotari plains, in a hinterland of the city of Zadar. Being the most fertile part of the karst wider region of Dalmatia, this green rural area has traditionally been feeding Zadar. Along with the ancient ties to this city, the region of Ravni Kotari itself has a rich cultural-historical heritage with evidence of human presence dating centuries, even thousands of years back, and customs and traditions still preserved.
Read more about the house, the ground floor with porch & the first floor with terrace.