Located in the middle of the magnificent coast of Adriatic sea, Zadar serves as the seat of the northern Dalmatian region and is a city where urban meets ancient. With a history of over 3000 years, Zadar gained its urban structure in Roman times, when the city walls with towers and gates were built. Most important landmarks include: Roman Forum, Church of St. Donatus, St. Anastasia's Cathedral, Five Wells Square, The Land Gate.. Besides the historical monuments, Zadar is also known for its modern architectural masterpieces: Sea Organ and Greetings To The Sun. Because of its perfect location, Zadar is just a few hours away from 5 National parks - Plitvice Lakes, Krka Waterfalls, Kornati Islands, Paklenica Canyon and Sjeverni Velebit Mountain and 2 Nature parks - Vrana Lake and Velebit. Regardless of your reasons and plans when coming to Zadar, surely you won’t miss a swim in the Adriatic Sea. Whether you prefer private and quite beaches or more dynamic places, Zadar Region offers a lot of places to enjoy. Sakarun, with its crystal blue water and white sand is the most gorgeous and best known beach of Zadar area. The region offers countless ways of spending an active vacation. Mountaineering and mountain climbing, trekking, rafting, kayaking, caving, diving, cycling, kitesurfing.. are just few of activities and things to do in Zadar. read more
Welcome to Zadar, where Urban meets Ancient!
Visited by over million people every year, Zadar is one of Croatia's most beautiful cities.
Zadar, one of Croatia’s top 5 cities to see, is a rising star these days. That's because this ancient city is full of beautiful attractions and historical places. Most of them are really close to each other, located in the heart of the city, the Old Town of Zadar. read more