Atrium Blue is a building with 6 row houses in premium quality and modern architecture, not just a brick. Made in 2015. It has been built with clay bricks and a strong and modern isolation beneath the plaster. This keeps the house warm in winter and cool in summer and conserves resources. Our plan for the near future is to install a solar system for electrical energy and water heating. The infrastructure (wiring and tubes) are already installed.
The single row houses are horizontally as well as vertically slightly shifted to each other and adopt much smoother to the hilly ground. Each house has its own entrance door and parking place. Towards the ocean there is terrace, a small garden and a small balcony in the first floor. It is the last building in that (just created, not yet paved) street. After that there is only nature up to the horizon. The roof terrace on the flat roof invites for a sun bath or meditation. It is simply an incredible view over the village and the azure sea to the mountains of Velebit.
Razanac (pronounced rashanats) is an over 500 year old little village with not even 1000 citizens. It offers everything if you are looking for Mediterranean purity: a view restaurants and bistros, 2 small corner stores (mom-and-pop grocery stores) which offer in a wondrously way on just a view square meters everything you need from fresh bakery goods over butcher products and food to health, sanitary and bathroom articles. There is an ice cream parlor as well as a bakery, a doctor and a pharmacy. In the evening you find local people sitting at the little “harbor” having a chat about their day or playing boccia for hours on one of the countless boccia places you will find at every corner.
You will for sure NOT find countless, noisy shopping strips along the beach with toy booths, lights and clubs.
Razanac is directly situated at the sea within a ruggedly, rocky environment. Only the final mile on the street to Razanac is mind opening fun already. On the gradient street you drive through a pine-tree grove and looking directly through the buildings to the glittering sea embedded in the mountains of Velebit as a frame. Pure nature.
In the center of the village you will find some very old walls and a little fisher haven only for the local fisher boats. You will rather not find any fancy yachts there. During a walk along the waterline there are alternating versions of beaches. Gravel, stones and larger rocks are waiting to be discovered. Try it by foot, bicycle or car.
Not even 100m away you are at the rocky coast. There are several comfortable entrances to the water, more to come.
A view hundred meters to the left you will find a little, local harbor and a beatifull gravel beach ideal for families with children. Toilets, changing rooms and the obligatory ice cream van are there for your convenience.
If you suddenly feel like you are in a Karl May Western movie on your excursions, you are perfectly right: Almost all Karl May movies and especially the Winnetou films were shot in this region and in Velebit mountains. There is a Winnetou Museum nearby and lots of references to filming locations. Just google the words Winnetou and Velebit.
Ražanac XII, 17F
23248 Ražanac - Kroatien