Zadar

Zadar, a town situated in the very heart of the Adriatic, the town full of rich 3000-year-old history and of extremely valuable cultural heritage.

The town has developed on the favorable position, in the centre of the east coast of the Adriatic Sea. It is protected from the influence of the open sea by the highly developed coastline and by the archipelago of Zadar islands, in number 24 bigger islands and even about 300 smaller islets and rocks that attract numerous boaters who can find a safe haven in a number of modern marines.

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Nin

A small town Nin is situated about 15 km north-west from Zadar. Its nucleus is located on the small island only 500 m in diameter which is land-connected with two small stone bridges. Nin is surraunded from the north, west and south sides by long and shallow sandy beaches of about 800 m in length., while on the east side there are salt-fields of the Saltern Nin.

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Biograd na moru

A small town Biograd na moru is situated about 30 km south-east from Zadar on the peninsula surrounded by modern marinas and by a seafront with unforgettable view on the island Pašman, the Pašman Channel and on the islets on it

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Sukošan

Sukošan is a settlement and a port in a large bay Zlatna luka, only 10 km south-east far from Zadar.

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Zaton

It is situated between two historical towns, Nin (2 km) and Zadar (15 km). Zaton is a unique combination of Dalmatian architecture, pleasant Mediterranean climate, preserved nature, rich cultural-historical heritage, and lively tourist everyday.

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Starigrad

Starigrad is a tourist place on the traffic routes Rijeka-Zadar, and it was founded in the area where there was ancient Argyruntum.

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Sv. Filip i Jakov

Sv. Filip i Jakov is a place famous for former summer residences and parks of Zadar noblemen, and today one of the family Borelli is still well-known

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Dugi otok

As the only name tells us Dugi otok is about 45 km long, between 1 km and 4 km wide, with the highest peak Vela Straža of 338 m.

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Otok Ugljan

The island Ugljan, considering its vicinity of Zadar, is the suburb of Zadar as between them there is the Zadar Channel which is only a few miles wide.

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Silba

Silba is a place and a port on the island of the same name. Silba is a quiet tourist place with beautiful pebble and sandy bays and beaches, and crystal clean sea with offers of healthy food make Silba very attracive destination.

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Premuda

Premuda is the westernmost island that belongs to the Zadar islands. Premuda has two ports, the north Loza and the south Krijal, where a new ferry landing has been built. The island is covered with holm oaks and low bushes as well as with the oliva trees.

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