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Zadar region is, the most northern Dalmatian region, geographically placed so it covers coastal, island part of Dalmatia and northern mountainous hinterland Ravni Kotar and Bukovica.
The mountain region covers the northern part of National Park Velebit and National Park Paklenica In region Zadar are also Park of Nature Lake Vranjsko and Park of Nature Telasica.
Zadar County includes islands: Pag, Pasman, Ugljan, Vir and Island Dugi Otok.
North Dalmatia Zadar region covers an area of 7486.91 km2, of which land area is 3641.91 km2 marine area is 3845.00 km2 and 587.6 km2 is the area of the islands.
Zadar region has a key geographical position in connecting the northern and southern Croatia with the tunnel Sveti Rok. Over the Zadar region is passing highway Zagreb - Split, and there are plans of building the Adriatic railway line.
Zadar region is the core of the Croatian state, this region is divided into 6 towns: Zadar (county seat), Benkovac, Biograd, Nin, Obrovac, and the town Pag, and the 28 municipalities: Municipality Bibinje, Galovac, Gracac, Jasenice, Kali, Kolan, Kukljica Lišane Ostrovičke, Novigrad, Pakostane, Pasman, Pola, Poličnik, Posedarje, Povljana, Over, Privlaka, Razanac, Sali, Stankovci, Starigrad Sukosan, St. Filip i Jakov, Skabrnja, Tkon, Vir, Vrsi, and District Zemunik Donji.
In the Zadar region was found an inscription with the earliest mention of Croatian name (Sopot near Benkovac). One of the best testimonies to the historical importance of this region and the value of its heritage is the core of town Zadar. Zadar is 3000 years old city built in the middle of the Adriatic coast, full of historical and cultural sights. Zadar is a city with a long, dynamic and turbulent history that delights with its monumental architecture and location.
In the historic center of Zadar are the remains of the past in the form of walls, towers, imposing gates, churches ...
The surrounding region is a land of sun, warm sea, olives, wine, fish, poems, picturesque villages with houses made of stone, in other words a true original Mediterranean. The Zadar region, has a very well developed tourism, accommodations can be found in the beautifully landscaped high class hotels, auto camps, as well as in private accommodation.
Private owners offer accommodation in a beautifully landscaped villas, houses, apartments and rooms.
Zadar region because of its rich historical heritage, status and wealth of natural beauty, offers attractions for all tastes and even the most demanding ones.
Touristic attractions offered by this region are:
The historical core of Zadar, with its numerous monuments from various historical periods, such as the church of St. Donatus, which is under UNESCO protection, the Forum, the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, etc.
The historical core of the oldest Croatian royal city's: Nin and Biograd. In Nin is a developed health tourism, here is the well-known Nins mud and it healing properties.
The historic core of the island Pag - an example of planned renaissance of the fifteenth century, and the oldest salt works and the place where you can see and participate in the process of salt production in the old traditional way. Pag is known for its Pag lace and Pag cheese as well as the mud in Povljansko.
National Park Paklenica
Nature Park Lake Vransko and Park of Nature Telasica.
Spring of the river and canyon Zrmanja
Spring of River Una
The old bridge Maslenicki
Canyon of River Kupa
Roman ruins and a castle Bersic on the island Ugljan
Monastery Galovac and fortress St. Mihovil in Preko
The palace Petricioli and palace Rancic in Sali
Archbishop's Palace Palac in Sukosan and many others ...
In the Zadar region, your place under the sun you can find on the maintained public beaches or in peace and quiet of some of the many hidden bays, or small island. The Zadar region has the most populated island of all the tourist regions in Croatia, so we believe that you will found your place for holiday.
Refreshments from the summer heat can be found in the crystal clear waters, or in one of the many cafes, bars or restaurants.
On the island of Pag is located the most popular party beach - Zrce.
In restaurants you can taste traditional Dalmatian food, taste the best Dalmatian wines, on the beaches you can rent chairs, umbrellas, jet-ski and diving equipment ...
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