Add to Favourite
Known in history as a crown seat of Croatian kings, Biograd today is a developed nautical and tourist centre. It is located at the centre of the Adriatic and surrounded by the nature parks.
Turquoise green Krupa is the richest confluent of Zrmanja River. Along its rugged canyon of only 17km it forms 19 well-indented cascades classed as the most beautiful in Croatia.
The island of Molat is popular with sailors who visit its hidden bays. Covered in mainly pine forests, it is the perfect choice for hikers seeking to experience Mediterranean vegetation.
The most accessible hiking area in the southern Velebit. The centre of the park has two limestone gorges that run towards the sea.
Preko is situated on the island of Ugljan, the most inhabited island of the Zadar Archipelago. It is lovely pick for an extended beach holiday.
Ugljan is located just 25 minutes by local ferry from Zadar, on the mainland of Croatia. The island is popular all year round offering 2,500 hours of sunshine.
Embraced by the unstoppable forces of nature - the sea and the wind - Dugi Otok is a true example of these two opposites working in sync to create secluded beaches amidst majestic cliffs.
Built on top of fortified village from Illyrian times, in a quaint bay surrounded by pine trees, Božava today is a tourist hot spot where you can catch a seasonal train to the famous Sakarun beach.
Sali is an old fishing village on Dugi otok, the longest island in North Dalmatia. Discover ancient and contemporary architecture, beautiful beaches, and thousand years old Mediterranean vegetation.
The largest natural lake in Croatia. The surrounding park is an ornithological reservoir, home to seven types of endangered species of birds.
Zaton is a quiet tourist resort situated in the Bay of Zaton in the Zadar Channel.
Pašman is an island of the Adriatic Sea, located south of Zadar. It forms a part of the Zadar archipelago and it is separated from the mainland and the towns Zadar and Biograd by the Pašman ...Read More
Obrovac is a town located in northern Dalmatia, in the Zadar County of Croatia, in the canyon of the river Zrmanja.
Zadar is appealing for its recreational and historical attributes with the church of St Donat as the symbol of the city and a must see. There are many cultural and artistic programmes to choose from.