Apartments by the beach

In House Mare or House Toni, you will find everything for a relaxing vacation and the ideal starting point for all your activities. Our modernly equipped apartments and holiday homes in the small local fishing village of Ražanac are located 30 meters from the pebble beach and 100 meters from the central village square.

Family Zelić is looking forward to your visit

Beach access

Parking spaces included.

Air conditioning

Local contact

Several kilometers of beach



The holiday apartments at House Mare stand out for their bright, spacious rooms. The quiet and cozy inner courtyard invites you to barbecue. There, in the glow of the stars and with a glass of Dalmatian red wine, you can unwind and end the day.

Large apartments with balcony

  • 2 apartments (each with 2 bedrooms, for up to 5 people)
  • With bathtub
  • Large balcony
  • Cozy inner courtyard

Two bedrooms

  • Wonderful view.


The holiday apartments at House Toni impress with their modern amenities. With two-bedroom, one-bedroom, and studio apartments, with and without balcony, there is something for every taste.

Mehrere Optionen

  • With and without balcony
  • Small or large
  • Beach access

Modern rooms to suit every taste

  • Different sizes
  • With and without balcony
  • Two bedrooms

„Voli more drzi se kraja.“

Mare Zelic

Direktor & Majka, haus-toni


Your holiday destination, Ražanac

The houses Mare and Toni are located in the small idyllic fishing village of Ražanac. On-site in Ražanac, you will find a German-speaking contact person and a courteous and inviting holiday atmosphere.

Your holiday destination, Ražanac, offers you numerous shopping opportunities and restaurants. Post office, doctor, bakery, butcher, and pharmacy are also available. Ražanac captivates with its original Dalmatian hospitality. Here you can enjoy the peace and stress-free atmosphere.

The central location allows you to explore the breathtaking landscapes of Croatia on day trips. There are 4 national parks and 1 nature park in the vicinity of Ražanac (Paklenica, Plitvice Lakes, Krka Waterfalls, Kornati Islands, and Zrmanja Nature Park).

Ražanac is located about 18 km from the cultural center of the region, the city of Zadar.

You can find current information about possibilities on the website of the Tourist Association of the Municipality of Ražanac. (

Everything you need

  • Shopping opportunities
  • 20 km away from Zadar
  • Several restaurants and beach bars
  • Bakery
  • Supermarkets
  • Doctor
  • Pharmacy
  • Church
  • Post office
  • ATM
  • Public library
  • Harbor (Riva)
  • Beaches

Unique view of the Velebit

  • Beautiful natural beaches
  • Dog beach available
  • Velebit mountains


Zadar is a historic city on the Adriatic coast of Croatia, located in the region of Dalmatia. It has a rich history that dates back to ancient times. Here are some interesting facts about Zadar:

History: Zadar was founded by the ancient Illyrians and later became an important settlement for the Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, and Austrians. The city has experienced many cultural influences over the centuries.

Landmarks: The old town of Zadar is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to many historical monuments and landmarks. These include the Forum, the Church of Saint Donatus, the Cathedral of Saint Anastasia, and the city walls.

Sea Organ and Sun Salutation: Zadar is famous for its unique Sea Organ, designed by architect Nikola Bašić. The organ produces sounds through the movement of the waves. Additionally, there is the “Greeting to the Sun,” an installation that collects solar energy during the day and emits it as a colorful light display at night.

Culinary delights: Dalmatian cuisine is widespread in Zadar, and visitors can sample delicious local dishes such as grilled fish, seafood, olive oil, ham, and cheese. The restaurants and cafes in the old town offer a variety of gastronomic experiences.

Location: Zadar is situated along a picturesque coastline with many nearby islands, bays, and beaches. It is a popular destination for tourists looking to explore the beauty of the Dalmatian coast.

Zadar is a fascinating city with a rich history, breathtaking architecture, and a relaxed Mediterranean atmosphere. It is definitely worth a visit when exploring Croatia!


Nationalpark Paklenica, 30 km von Ražanac entfernt.


National Park Kornati


Holiday destination Croatia

We are delighted that you have chosen Croatia as your holiday destination. That the Adriatic coast is the most beautiful part of the Mediterranean is something Croatians don’t have to pay attention to. No, others say that: modern boat and yacht lovers, globetrotters, sailors. Yes, even the Roman emperors who built their villas and summer houses in Croatia, even entire settlements for reflection and relaxation. Because where else are there so many islands, so many coves, picturesque beaches, and sun-kissed rocky reefs like in Croatia. And the fact that Croatia has 4 national parks and 5 nature parks only shows the beauty of the rugged Adriatic coast. Below, we have compiled some personal information for your holiday in Croatia.

Geografische Lage Kroatiens

Croatia stretches from the eastern foothills of the Alps in the north across the Pannonian Plain in the east to the Dinara Mountains in the western part and extends to the Adriatic coast in the southern part of the country.


The mainland area of Croatia is 56,542 square kilometers, while the area of its territorial waters is 31,067 square kilometers. This makes Croatia a medium-sized country in Europe, similar in size to Denmark, Ireland, and Switzerland.

Die Bevölkerung Kroatiens

Croatia has an area of 56,594 square kilometres (21,851 square miles) and a population of 4.07 million. The number of Croatians living abroad is around 3 million. 


Zagreb, with a population of 770,058 residents, is the economic, transportation, cultural, and scientific center of Croatia.


5835 km – of which 4057 km are actual islands, cliffs, and rocks. The number of islands, cliffs, and rocks is 1185. The largest islands in Croatia are Krk and Cres. 67 islands are inhabited.


In the north of Croatia, a continental climate prevails, in the central region of the country, a mountain climate, and in the south, a Mediterranean climate. Winter temperatures range from -1°C to 30°C in the continental area, from -5°C to 0°C in the mountainous area, and from 5°C to 10°C on the coast. In summer, temperatures in Croatia range between 22°C and 26°C in the continental area, between 15°C and 20°C in the mountainous area, and between 26°C and 30°C on the coast.


The Croats make up the largest part of the population in Croatia. National minorities include Serbs, Hungarians, Czechs, Slovaks, Italians, etc.


Croatian; Latin script.


Die Mehrheit der Bevölkerung in Kroatien ist römisch-katholisch.

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