A beguiling medley of old and new means you can really get under the skin of Zadar’s cultural scene while in the city. Public art installations draw crowds to the waterfront and the Old Town’s chock full of historic treasures. While away afternoons studying architectural beauties and Roman ruins.
Blissfully uncrowded, this pocket of Croatia is a natural playground, offering up national parks, beaches and islands to intrepid explorers. Embrace your inner adventurer and experience pebbly patches, thundering waterfalls and shimmering aquamarine waters. Pag Island and Dugi Otok are two of our favourites.
A taste of Dalmatia
Dig into a bowlful of inky cuttlefish risotto. Sip coffee in the sunshine. Feast on platters of Pag cheese and prosciutto ham. You can expect all of this and more during a trip to the Zadar Area. The bustling harbour is the perfect spot for people-watching, while there are rooftop bars aplenty for a post-dinner cocktail.