Zadar, surrounded with historical towns of Nin, Pag, Biograd, Obrovac, Benkovac and others, is situated at the very heart of the Adriatic coast. Apart from many picturesque towns and villages in its surroundings, there are also four national parks and two nature parks in its vicinity which makes Zadar an ideal place for active vacation filled with both modern urban fun and unique experience of the traditional Mediterranean.
Zadar is a cultural, economic and administrative centre of north Dalmatia with rich history and culture as well as tourist tradition. A town that was founded by Romans has developed over the centuries into a modern centre bustling with life, whilst preserving its tradition and culture, enabling the visitor to have all the conveniences od modern life and enjoy the mistery of the past times.
There is plenty to do, see and experience. Stone buildings, churches and Roman remains of Forum make a unique urban core filled with restaurants, shops, caffe bars and museums, with modern touch of famous attractions of Sea Organs and The Greeting to the Sun that make sure to transform each visit to Zadar into an unforgettable experience.
Zadar riviera is full of numerous beaches, bays and interesting locations, while the archipelago offers great excursion opportunities with more than 300 islands and islets. The inland of Ravni Kotari with its agricultural tradition is great place for everyone enjoying organic cuisine with great wines and for those hungry for an active nature break, only 30 min drive away is Velebit, one of the most beautiful Croatian mountains, ideal for hiking and free climbing fun.
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