This year, Santa Claus decided to move his village to the sea, more precisely to the Dalmatian ethno village Amadria Park, which has been turned into a real Christmas fairy tale. Visitors can see where the elves live, what and how they cook, where they make gifts under the watchful eye of Santa, ride the Amadria Park Christmas train, try skating and participate in workshops, while the little ones enjoy Christmas delicacies!
Of course, with a rich program for the whole family, Advent is made up of Christmas scents and flavors in the fairytale setting of ‘Santa’s Ethno Village’, where holiday decorations and colorful characters will take you back to your childhood.
Advent food and beverage offer includes mulled wine, mulled gin, clausmopolitan, brandy, hot chocolate, tea, sausages, cod, štruklji, fritters…
Santa also organized a ride on the Amadria Park Christmas train so everyone could see its new magical location. Departure is at 2 pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in front of the Dalmatian ethno village. Tickets are on sale at the ice rink, Lagoon beach bar and Sweet Dreams Cake Shop.
Daily workshops of Santa Claus have been organized, which will be held in his house in the Dalmatian ethno village from 10 am to 12 noon and from 4 pm to 6 pm. Visitors with children from 3 to 12 years old can leave their children at the Christmas workshops in the classes of the Mini Club in the Dalmatian ethno village. A cheerful animation team is in charge of the workshops, so your children will go home with the biggest smile ever!
Of course, to make this magical Christmas adventure memorable, you can come for a photo shoot with Santa Claus in the village from 3 to 4 pm, and for a detailed program, visit the Amadria Park page.