The main city in Northern Dalmatia is Zadar, a town with 76,000 inhabitants.
It is an ancient, small port and historical city in Northern Dalmatia. It is a city where the most beautiful sunset takes place. It is located on a peninsula and faces an archipelago with several islands and islets. This is the best place to those who are fascinated by discovering history and cultural heritage. The town offers a combination of relaxing atmosphere, discovery of city’s arts and history and fun aquatic activities. Numerous cultural programs are performed at night. Museums are open for art exhibitions during the day. If you choose accommodation in apartments in Zadar you want be disapointed.
Another highlight of visiting Zadar is the Modrić Cave adventure. It is a fun and exciting adventure, accompanied by a professional speleologist. The Modrić cave is decorated with sediment calcite formations. Some parts of the cave have human skeletons and traces of ancient culture. It is believed that these remains are a part of the Bronze Age. Cities and islands in Northern Dalmatia like Šibenik, Biograd, Krka, Primošten, Dugi Otok offer different interesting features. For architecture and history, be amazed with the famous Cathedral of Šibenik that was built during the Middle Ages.
Cities and islands in North Dalmatia like Šibenik, Biograd, Krka, Primošten, Dugi Otok lay different interesting features. For architecture and history, be amazed with the famous Cathedral of Šibenik that was built during the Middle Age.
For sports and recreational activities, Biograd is the best place to go. It has tennis courts, mini golf course and mini soccer playground. Its beaches are great for aquatic activities, such as scuba diving, beach volleyball, boat peddling, water skiing and surfing. To enjoy the beauty of nature, visit the Krka National Park. It is the home for two hundred twenty two kinds of birds. Enjoy the calming effect of the Krka River and the surrounding nature. The park is rich in fauna and flora and is criss-crossed by green paths that make all the seven waterfalls accessible to visitors.
Primošten, on the other hand, is famous for its local specialty - the spiny lobster a la Primošten. This is the home for fifty odd restaurants and thirty odd villages. This is where the tasty red wine is produced. Numerous cultural events take place during the summer, like Primošten fiesta.
To start your visit to Croatia and its Adriatic coast, plan to get accommodation in one of the cities or islands in Northern Dalmatia. Mainland and islands are very well connected and that makes it easy to make trips to other places around your chosen holiday destination. There are lots of hotels and private accommodation units to choose from in Northern Dalmatia. Enjoy the combination of Mediterranean and European cuisine. Relax, enjoy the beauty of nature and swim on one of the world’s most beautiful beaches.