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This beautiful and spacious semi-detached holiday house is located in a small coastal village Turanj. The beautifully decorated interior extends on the first and second floor, which are interconnected by an internal staircase and offers 5 air-conditioned bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a toilet and a kitchen and a living room on each floor. There are various facilities for entertainment and relaxation available. For added comfort there are a heated pool and whirlpool on the beautiful sun terrace. For the youngest there is a children's pool of 9 m2, but also additional children's facilities. There are also 5 bicycles on offer, and the place itself has well-maintained bike paths. Only 200 meters from the house there is a pebble beach. Turanj is a small tourist place located in the Pašman Channel surrounded by a small archipelago with 16 islands. It was named after the towers that were built to defend against Turkish attacks. The Lungomare promenade connects it with the centre of the nearby town of Sv. Filip I Jakov. What makes it attractive is that it is at the same time far enough away from the hustle and bustle, but again close enough to all the tourist facilities. In the centre of the village there is a church dedicated to Our Lady of Mount Carmel from the 15th century. Above the settlement on the site of Crni krug there is a hillfort from the Iron Age, and the archaeological area of Tukljača, where a church was built on the remains of the Roman Villa Rustica. The neighbouring island of Babac is the only inhabited island in the archipelago, and is an ideal destination for a day trip. On it you can visit the church of Sv. Andrija from the 13th century and the first lighthouse in the Pašman Channel, built in 1874. For nature lovers, we recommend a visit to the Nature Park with the largest natural lake, Vrana Lake, which is a habitat for many endangered bird species. Also, near Biograd is an amusement water park for all ages.