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Did you know that nowadays the Zadar's boatmen, just as since the 800 years gone by, link together the two opposite sides of the local harbour with a rowing boat?
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Bibinje (4.000 inhabitants) is situated southeast from the historical city Zadar, between the Adriatic tourist road and the sea, having a four kilometer coast with beaches and pathways. The name Bibano/Bibanum dates as far back as the 11th century. The population always deponded on agriculture and cattle breeding, followed by the fishing trade in more recent times. Tourism dates back to the middle of the 20th century.
Biograd na Moru, once a coronation-town of Croatian kings, is nowadays an important and modern tourist capital of the Riviera sharing the common name - Biogradska Riviera.
There is a great variety of accommodation in the area; you can choose a well known hotel, a modern marina, tourist development accommodation, a tourist home or a camp to stay in.
Kraj - located in the south-eastern part of the island of Pašman, at half a distance between Pašman and Tkon. It is a village of fruitful olive-groves and vineyards, with a beautiful sand beach. Kraj offers excellent opportunities for peaceful vacations. Kraj extends along two beautiful sandy beaches, surrounded by olive groves and vineyards.
We ask you to discover why the poet Petar Zoranić from Nin, delighted and inspirated by the natural beauties of these surroundings the first Croatian novel « The Mountains» has written. Discover why the poet Vinko Nikolić Nin «Croatian Betlehem» has called.
The village of Zaton – known summer resort and destination of many tourists, situated between two historical towns – Nin (2 km) and Zadar (15 km). Zaton is abound in historical sites, and the centre of the village draw special attention with its Dalmatian architecture.
If you want to find a peace, crystal clear sea, clean sea bed, shade of the pine-forest, unforgettable sunsets, the village of Zaton is an ideal place for your vacation.
The village of Zaton is a unique combination of Dalmatian architecture, Mediterranean pleasant climate, preserved nature, rich in cultural-historical heritage and lively tourist everyday life.
Novalja has a long, vivid and interesting history, evidence of which you can find in numerous archaeological locations in the town and its surroundings. Three early Christian basilicas from the 4th and 5th century take a special place among them and you can see the remains of a floor mosaic of one of them inside the gothic church of Our Lady of Rosemary in the town centre.
Novigrad is a picturesque historical town located on the southern shores of the Novigrad Sea, at the foot of the Velebit massif, in a deep cove whose steep sides are covered in dense pinewood. Novigrad has been continually settled from pre-historical times. The oldest part of the locality, the historical nucleus, is situated on the northeastern part of the cove, on the slopes of a hill under the fortification Fortress, and surrounded by ramparts.
Situated in the very centre of the Adriatic coast and at the unique location between the sea and the lake called Vransko jezero, surrounded by natural beauties of national parks, by its appearance and the charm of a small Dalmatian place, Pakoštane can be a good reason for your arrival.
Petrčane is both a small tourist place and a port in the Petrčane bay in the Zadar Channel, 12 km away from the city of Zadar. Visitors can enjoy its beautiful 2 km long beach, which offers a selection of water sports. Besides numerous campsites, guests can chose among various types of accommodation in private residences, which offer apartments, rooms and Bed & Breakfast.
Privlaka is a picturesque tourist and fishing town, situated on a large, flat peninsula, from all three sides surrounded by crystal sand and divine beaches. Privlaka is the most important tie between the oldest Croatian royal town of Nin in the North East and the island Vir in the West.
The name of Ražanac is mentioned back in the 1332 for the first time on the listo f properties of count Vučina Martinušić. But numerous archeological findings from the Stone Age, a big tombstone from the early Bronze Age around Šibenik, abd the archeologically unexplored liburnian graves North-West from the area, at Gajetovica locality, testifies that those areas have been inhabited continuously since prehistory. The most significant remains of the liburnian culture are preserved in Radovin and on the Ljuba peninsula, where the artificial mount Venac , transformed in a natural fortress are still visible.
Seline is a northern Dalmatian village on the shores of the Velebit Channel, 3 km south of Starigrad. This region is particularly interesting because of the mountains in the vicinity of the sea. Velebit Mountain and Paklenica National Park attract speleologists, alpinists, botanists and hikers, while a long pebble beach surrounded by tamarisks and a clear sea is very popular with sea lovers. Since the inhabitants of Seline have traditionally lived off of agriculture, cattle breeding and fishery, they have a lot to offer – healthy food, home-made oil, cheese and honey, as well as fish and sea specialties.
The Paklenica Riviera will impress you with its unique meeting point of the sea and mountains. The Riviera runs along the coast of the Adriatic Sea, beneath the massive Velebit mountain range and the most beautiful part, Paklenica National Park, is found right here.
Sukošan is situated half-way between Bibinje and Biograd na Moru. It is known as a nautical centre, the region of good wines and hospitable people. It is an ideal destination for all those wishing an immediate contact with nature combining it with sports and recreation. The Sukošan marina “Zlatna luka” and its sandy beaches will provide you the delight of the sun and sea.
You can come easily and quickly to tourist resorts such as Sv. Filip i Jakov, Turanj and Sv. Petar by using bus lines, railway to Zadar, as well as daily line Rijeka – Zadar and several times a week Ancona – Zadar. There is a possibility of coming to Zadar airport, which is 25 km away.
Simuni is situated in a homonimous bay where one of the most beautiful marinas of the entire Adriatic has been built. The ACI Simuni marina has 150 moorings in the sea and another 50 dry moorings. It works all year long. The beauty of the coastline made Simuni a real tourist destination, suitable for a peacefull family vacation.
You can spend a vacation here in private appartments, campsites and Robinson Crusoe styled houses. Tourist agencies offers accommodations and other services as rentals of boats, bikes scooters and various excursions into national parks.
Tribanj-Kruščica, Šibuljina and Sv. Marija Magdalena are interesting small towns only kilometres from Starigrad-Paklenica. Located in romantic bays, they guarantee an ideal natural vacation, as well as the opportunity to experience the old way of life in the Velebit foothills.
The biggest town in the island with long year tradition is placed between 9 villages in the north west part of the island (Ceprljanda,Lucino selo, Batalaza,Susica, Gornje Selo, Muline, Guduce, Fortostina, Varos) and many cute coves, with the coves of Cinta, Mostir and Juznja luka in Muline as the most beautiful.
The first historical records of Vir reach back to 1069 relating to Charter of the Croatian King Petar Krešimir IV. In this document, better-known as Mare Nostrum Dalmaticum, the island of Vir was named "Ueru" and "Veru" for which the historians presume its old -Mediterranean origin meaning "pasture".
For those who love lake and river waters, mountain air and heights, we recommend excursions around Zadar's surrounding areas which consist of 3 nature parks and as many as 5 national parks. The choice is quite big, so if you love walks in the woods, hiking, rafting or sailing be sure Zadar iz tailor made for you!
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