A tranquil island in the Adriatic, Molat is a 90 minute ferry ride from the beautiful city of Zadar. The island of Molat is a secluded and quiet Croatian island with a surface area of just under 23 square kilometres and a permanent population of only about 250 permanent inhabitants. Traditionally reliant on sheep farming and fishing for its economy, it is thickly covered with maquis and pine forest. Visitors to Molat holiday villas rentals will also be treading in the footsteps of royalty, as King Edward VIII visited the island with Wallis Simpson in 1939.
A trip to Island Molat holiday rentals is not the thing to do if a traveller is seeking a lively Mediterranean beach holiday , rather, this is a destination for the traveller who prefers to explore islands by bike or on foot. There are a number of entertaining trails which can be explored by bike or on foot, and there are few villages to disrupt the characteristically Mediterranean vegetation of the island. For more mediterranaen fun in the sun, take a look at Cadaques Villa Rentals, on the beautiful Spanish Costa Brava. Or, why not seize the day and try a completely new holiday experience, such as staying in Grenoble Ski Chalets? As well as learning to ski you could discover the history of Grenoble, visit museums and art galleries and try your hand at some outdoor sports.
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Most of the settlements on the island, like the villages of Zapuntel, Molat and Brgulje, are located in the interior, with only small hamlets on the coast. This means that there are a number of delightful hidden bays around the coastline, with beaches which consist of pebbles, rocks or sand. The atmospehere of tranquillity and peace which this kind of settlement exudes is difficult to describe to someone who has not enjoyed a stay in Molat villa rentals for themselves. Another excellent holiday region to choose if you're looking for serenity and relaxation is Baden-Württemberg, where you can rent delightful Baden-Württemberg Holiday Cottages, and enjoy a calming and tranquil walk through the cool and refreshing Black Forest and visit the quaint and charming towns in Germany's sunshine state.
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Exploring the ocean off the coast of the island by boat is a good way to really appreciate its charms. Hiring a boat for fishing purposes can also be good fun, and guests staying in Island Molat holiday rentals will be impressed by the array of local sea food on offer There are also facilities on the island for guests to enjoy water sports such as scuba diving. Families are also well catered for when it comes to a trip to stay in Island Molat holiday rentals. All the beaches are child friendly, and all of its coves and harbours can be accessed safely and with minimal risk. The island is located in the northern part of the Zadar Archipelago, and there are a number of other islands nearby which can be visited. Ist is located to the north west, while one ferry boat daily connects the island with the town of Zadar on the mainland. This was the capital of Dalmatia for over a millennium, and has a marvellous range of historical monuments to explore. This island is another jewel of Croatia's Adriatic coast. Whether travelling alone, as a couple or as a family, anyone should be able to relax on Molat. Looking for an island holiday with a difference? Try Møns Holiday Rentals.