Wednesday, March 7, 2012


The Zadar area is a well developed tourist region with some 50 settlements and extending across more than 1200 km of coastline, off which are about 150 islands, isles and reefs, countless coves and idyllic tiny beaches amid unspoilt nature, washed by clean, crystal-clear blue seas.
Region Zadar extends from island Pag on north to town Drage on the south and has been inhabitated since antiquity and has many historic monuments and antique settlements.
There are three national parks in Zadar region: NP Kornati, NP Krka, NP Paklenica and two parks of nature: Telascica and Lake Vransko.
In the Zadar region there are many luxury hotels, apartments, private accommodation and camps...
In the close vicinity of Zadar is the city of Nin, the place in which the Croatian state was born and Croatia's oldest royal seat.

                                                                   NP Paklenica

                                                                    NP Kornati


                                                               City  Biograd 


                                                                       City Nin

                                The smallest cathedral in the world, the Church of the Holy Cross.

                                                                   City  Benkovac


                                                                   Zrmanja river

                                                                        Island Pag

                                                                       Long island

                                                                       Island Iz

                                                                    Island Molat

Island Rava-Center of the World
"Traveler, by the voice of my waves I will let you know,
you cannot escape my beauty. I am Rava – Center of the World- created by the God"

Island Ugljan

Island Vir

                                                      Silba, Olib Premuda and Ist Island