Our cosy little house is in a quiet corner of Susak's picturesque upper village. Fully equipped; linens, towels & WiFi included :) Susak is untouched by mass tourism. Its sandy paths wind their way to exotic, secluded beaches. Children love it too :)
“We had a great time staying at this wonderful place. It is neat and tidy, you have everything you need and wish for, and if anything is missing or you need a tipp for finding a nice spot on the island, there is always somebody next door to ask. We are looking forward to the next stay and thank our hosts very much! :)”
Renting part of the big stone house with it's own courtyard in the shadow under the grapevines. The price includes 1 tour around the Susak island by our small boat 🚣🏽♂️, for 3-4 persons. We,ve got our own well (hydrophoric) for supplying with a tech.water. To have got all of that is a sustainable rarity for the guests accommodation on Susak island! House is located only 3 minutes from the beach. If you like nature and easy going people, simple and clean accommodation is available in our house.
“Communication with Antonija was excellent from the moment we reserved her apartment. She was in front of the ferry to welcome us and helped us with the bags. Antonija is communicative and very helpful so we felt like at home. We liked every thing in the apartment it was clean and there was every thing we needed, Antonija even gave as the possibility to use her kitchen if we needed some extra stuff. We really enjoyed staying at Antonija's place and we highly recommend it.”
Beachside rooms on Croatia's most unique island. Rented by the owners who reside there most of the year. Susak has no cars, no ATMs, and no hotels – which helps it remain as unique as it ever was, with its sandy hills, incomparable vegetation, and unique customs. Accessed by catamaran from Rijeka and boats from Mali Lošinj, Susak is the North Adriatic's best-kept secret. But the seclusion doesn't preclude comfort. Susak 272 offers wifi, air conditioning, and kitchen usage, with food grown in our own vegetable garden, with locally-caught fish available at excellent rates. The house opens on the island's widest beach, which is shallow, warm, and sandy, ideal for children, paddling in the sand, and relaxing swims. Most of our guests return year after year, having fallen in love with the place. The entire house is now available for rent, and can house up to three families for a fixed price: ask with confidence. We are also flexible, and our guest bedrooms (accomodating 3 and 4 people) can be rented singly out of season – just ask for a special offer. And from Spring 2017, our façade has been thoroughly restored using the most appropriate materials (stone, iron, glass, cedarwood and larchwood), and a bright, warm color palette, to bring it in line with its 19-century heritage, and to house us and our guests for decades to come. As recommended by The Guardian, July 3, 2017, see https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/jul/03/croatia-top-10-small-secret-islands-beaches-walking-adriatic
“I highly recommend Cody's ramen tour, especially if you are a foodie, and the couple hours fly by quickly because it was so interesting. He really knows his ramen. He gave a great explanation of the history of ramen and what qualifies as ramen in Japan, the ingredients comprising ramen, the reasons the top quality ramen shops stand out, the best way to eat ramen and what flavours to look out for, and the current trends of ramen in Japan. In between the ramen stops, he showed me around Shinjuku and explained some of the highlights of the area so I got information from a locals perspective, gave recommendations of what to do in Tokyo, where to shop, eat, and get drinks, and places to avoid. I liked that he took me to two restaurants that are not as well known to foreigners because I would have never gone there myself. Plus, I lucked out and ended up having a private tour with Cody and he was kind enough to answer all my many questions. The tour is organized well and starts and stops at the same spot near Shinjuku station.”