Many of our selection of holiday homes on Susak are located in the lush green hills not far from the beach. The islanad has an area of 3.7 km ² and offers the chance for plenty of exploration. Of course, you will also be close to the beautiful Adriatic Sea so you can look forward to days spent relaxing on the lovely beaches and swimming in the crystal clear waters that Croatia is known for. Of course, you can also take boat trips to the neighboring islands and explore the area. Spend your next self-catering holiday in Kvarner Bay and escape the stresses of everyday life.
The island of Susak has a total of about 200 inhabitants and is therefore the perfect choice of self-catering holiday destination for those of you hoping to escape the large crowds of the other resorts. The island is also great for those looking to learn a little more about the Croatian culture and the traditional way of life. Because of the remoteness of the island, the inhabitants have cultivated their old Croatian dialect and still have impressive costumes from earlier times. In the old church from the 11th century you can also marvel at a legendary crucifix. We would also suggest a visit to the Garba peak, where you will find one of the oldest and largest lighthouses in the area. From the city of Rijeka or from Mali Losinj you can easily get to Susak by boat.
The landscape around your typically Croatian holiday homes in Susak is dotted with vines and blackberries as well as the olive and fig trees that are grown locally. You will also find numerous hiking and biking trails to explore during your holiday. Alternatively, you can always head to the beach – where in the evenings you can enjoy a spectacular sunset. You will also have the chance to enjoy various water sports such as sailing, snorkeling or diving. Off the coast of Susak are two capsized shipwrecks, which are popular with divers. We would suggest a visit to the sandy bay of Bok, where you can enjoy fishing in the rich fish-rich waters.