Stress-healing paradise

Stress-healing paradise


Jul 2011

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our house may not be big but is cosy and warm. It has two bedrooms with double bed in each one. There is one livingroom with a stretchable sofa where one person can sleep. The kitchen is small but well-organized with a view over front terrace. It has a large garden with sun-exposed parts and parts in deep shade so it makes it perfect for sunbathing or relaxing. In the centre of the backyard is a grill-place with a stone table where we invite our friends for a party. As it was already said it's a small house but it's all you need for a relaxing holiday on an island as beautiful as Silba.


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More about us

  1. I am a singe mother with one son in early twenties and one teenager. I work as teacher in primary school. My favorite type of fun is to travel around the world in search of new and exciting places. That is why I applied to this page. We are small simple family with great situated properties wishing to visit great foreign places.

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Where is it?


Silba is a picturesque island situated in the archipelago of Zadar, south-east of Lo¨inj, with total area of 15 square km. The highest point is Vrh (80 m).
There are many small coves, pleasant sandy and pebbly beaches. The only settlement at the island is a village Silba, situated on the northwest part.
Silba of today, thanks to its healthy and green virginal nature (healthy air, clean sea and quality landscape) directed its activity towards tourism.
The island is declared as Nature Conservancy Park.

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