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Zadar Riviera

Zadar Riviera

Bibinje Beach

The Zadar Riviera and the town of Zadar are situated on the most indented part of the Adriatic. This area is full of small bays, islets and islands you can visit thanks to excellent offer of trips. There are several National Parks in the vicinity of Zadar such as Paklenica, Krkawaterfalls and Kornati islands, as well as Nature Parks Velebit and Telašćica whose natural beauties shouldn't be missed.
Zadar is popularly called "little Croatian Rome", due to a large number of churches in the town itself and its vicinity, but also due to Roman remains such as Zadar Forum on which now stands the church of St. Donat.
Croatian kings used to be coronated in Biograd na moru. This town, today a well-known tourist resort and a nautical center is situated in the center of the Adriatic coast.
The archipelago in front of Zadar has many small and large islands and every one is special. On those islands which are not inhabited you can live like Robinson Crusoe, relax in peaceful houses which are a getaway from the busy urban life.

Zadar Resort

Zadar Coast

"Little Croatian Rome" is surrounded with 5 National Parks: Paklenica, Kornati, Plitvice Lakes, Krka waterfalls and North Velebit. An hour or two by car or by boat from Zadar or other towns in the region takes you to all National Parks. Zadar is a place where people are friendly, you can have a glass of typical Zadar liquor Maraskin or talk about basketball because this sport made Zadar famous.

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Zaton (Zadar) Resort

Zaton Beaches

Zaton is a village on the coast of the Zaton bay in the Zadar Channel, 3 km south of Nin.
Chief occupations are farming, viticulture, fruit growing, vegetable farming, livestock breeding, seafaring and tourism.
In the village, whose main feature is the main "street", are 16 tennis courts and several other sports grounds, while bicycles, surfing boards, sailing boats and boats are available for rent.

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Bibinje Resort

Bibinje Beach

Bibinje is a small town and harbour in northern Dalmatia, 6 km southeast of Zadar, between the Jadran touristic road and the sea.
The town is graced with four kilometers of the coast with many walks and beautiful beaches.
Economy of Bibinje is based on farming, fruit growing (olives, almonds, sour cherries, figs) and fishing.
The harbour has a breakwater ending in a pier.
Opposite of it is the anchorage for boats.
The harbour is exposed to northerly, westerly and south-westerly winds; the bora is only moderate.

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Nin Resort

Nin Bay

Nin is a coastal town in the southern part of the Nin Bay on the Zdrijac peninsula, 17 km north of Zadar.
Nin is the oldest Croatian royal town in which rulers and bishops had their seats from the 7th to the 10th centuries. It was known as Aenona in Roman time and had the forum, amphitheatre and aqueduct.
It developed on a low alluvial peninsula, which was converted into an islet by a canal dug in the 14th century; connected with the mainland by small bridges.

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Petrcane Resort

Petrcane Beach

Petrcane is a village and harbour on the coast of the cove bearing the same name, in the Zadar Channel, 15 km northwest of Zadar.
Chief occupations are farming and fishing.
The harbour is well protected; smaller yachts may dock in the harbour.
Petrcane lies on the local road, branching off from the regional road Zadar - Nin.

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Privlaka Resort

Privlaka Beach

Privlaka is a picturesque tourist and fishing town on riviera Zadar, situated on a large, flat peninsula, from all three sides surrounded by crystal sand and divine beaches. Privlaka is the most important tie between the oldest Croatian royal town of Nin in the North East and the island Vir in the West. Privlaka is first mentioned in written documents in 1296 as a viticultural community. The name of the town kept changing through the centuries: Brevilaqua, Privilacha, Priulacha…until it reached the form by which it is known today.

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