The city of Zadar is a town with an impressive history that reaches three millennia into the past, and with exceptionally valuable cultural heritage. Located in the very heart of the Adriatic, it is the urban centre of Northern Dalmatia and the administrative, commercial, cultural and political centre of the region.
It is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in Croatia.
Numerous churches and cultural monuments from all historical periods have remained preserved, showcasing a variety of architectural styles.
The city of Zadar is easily accessed by land, sea, or air. It boasts an excellent traffic infrastructure which directly connects it with the majority of Croatia’s biggest cities: Zagreb, Rijeka , Split and Dubrovnik, as well as numerous marinas that offer exceptional capacities and state-of-the-art services. The small, yet modernly equipped international airport located 9 kilometres from the city centre provides air connections from Zadar to the rest of Croatia’s major cities, as well as to several major cities in Europe (London, Paris, Berlin, etc.). The Zadar archipelago counts 24 larger islands and as many as three hundred isles and islets, together with 3 nature parks- Telašćica, Velebit and Vrana Lake (Vransko jezero) and 5 national parks- Paklenica, Plitvice, Kornati, Krka and Northern Velebit (Sjeverni Velebit). All of these stunning features place Zadar at the very top of Croatia’s tourist offer.