The house has two floors. On the ground floor there is the living room, the dinning room, the kitchen, a WC and the exit to the first terrace and the garden.
On the first floor there are the bedrooms and a bathroom with a bath tube.
Privlaka is a small town on the south-eastern coast of the Privlaka Bay, opposite of the island of Vir, 7 km northwest of Nin.
Economy is based on farming, viticulture, livestock breeding and tourism.
Northwest of the town is a large sand beach with small woods.
Privlaka is located on the regional road Zadar - Nin - Vir island.
The broader area of Privlaka was populated as early as the prehistoric times (Illyrian tumuli, Roman inscriptions).
The mediaeval settlement was devastated by the Turks in 1570. The pre-Romanesque church of St. Vitus, built on an
Illyrian grave-mound, has been preserved until today.
Early Croatian remains (small churches) are also found in the surroundings.
Privlaka, 700-odd years old, was once famous for fishing and sand extraction.
Today it is a tourist resort, which offers very good opportunities for family vacations.
In the vicinity of Privlaka is a large complex of weekend houses known as Sabunike.