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    Fly to Zadar Croatia Dalmatian Coast

    Zadar, Croatia's hidden gem.

    Impressive walls and city gates, marbled pedestrian streets, contemporary art installations, and a breathtaking archipelago. Zadar is the place to head this summer.

    Croatia Zadar National Park

    A dramatic hinterland to explore.

    Three national parks offering a wealth of outdoor opportunities, lush forests and refreshing waterfalls.

    Croatia Zadar Island

    Zadar Archipelago.

    With more than 90 islands, Zadar Archipelago is a wonderful place to explore and relax and the perfect spot for sailing and diving.

    Flights to Zadar, Croatia

    Tempted to go to Croatia? Why don’t you head north and visit the Dalmatian city of Zadar? With its impressive walls and city gates, marbled pedestrian streets, two contemporary art installations celebrating the sun and the sea that need to be experienced to be believed and astonishing scenic attractions all around, Zadar is still relatively unexplored. A destination that will make you want to come back again and again!

    The Dalmatian coast around Zadar is lined with many stunningly beautiful islands, while the hinterland is criss-crossed by wine, cheese and olive oil routes. What is more, Zadar is an excellent base for some of Croatia’s finest dance music festivals. Definitely, the Zadar region has something for everyone.

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    What to do in Zadar and around?

    1. Do you prefer Roman, Byzantine or Venetian architecture? No need to make a choice, Zadar has prominent examples of each of them. Once the largest city fortress in the Republic of Venice, Zadar has countless walls and gates that were listed as UNESCO World Heritage in 2017. Stroll along the polished marble pedestrian streets, admire the ancient Roman ruins and climb up the Bell Tower to enjoy a wonderful view of the medieval city, the Roman Forum and the Adriatic Sea.
    2. Church of St. Donatus and Cathedral of St. Anastasia: Built in the 9th century, the Church of St. Donatus is one of the largest examples of Byzantine architecture in Dalmatia, unique for its circular shape. The Cathedral of St. Anastasia, originally constructed by the Byzantines and altered later on in Romanesque style, boasts a fine façade and an impressive wood-carved choir.
    3. Sunsets in Zadar are described as the most beautiful in the world. That’s why the Croatian artist Nikola Bašić celebrated them with his “Monument to the Sun” or “The Greeting to the Sun” (Pozdrav suncu in Croatian). This 22-metre disc on Zadar’s waterfront soaks up solar rays during the day to release them in the form of coloured light patterns when night falls. You can walk, sit and even dance on it!
    4. Adjacent to the Monument to the Sun is another work by Nikola Bašić, the first ever Sea Organ. Hidden within stone stairs that descend into the sea is a system of pipes and whistles that generate music when filled with water. The sound is hypnotic and increases when ferries pass by. This is a superb spot to watch one of Zadar’s gorgeous sunsets.
    5. Kornati National Park (Nacionalni Park Kornati), just off the coast of Zadar, is made up of about 90 islands in the Zadar Archipelago. The islands are mostly uninhabited, but some still boast Roman remains, including villas and walls. It’s the perfect spot for sailing and diving. Day tours depart from Zadar, allowing you to visit some of the islands. Crystal clear water, pine-scented beaches, enchanting seascapes await you!
    6. Telašćica Nature Park is located on Dugi Otok Island, just a short ferry ride from Zadar. Among its treasures are Sakarun (or Saharun) Beach, a corner of the Caribbean right in the Adriatic, and the unique Mir Salt Lake, which is said to have curative properties.
    7. Is Croatia the new Ibiza? Find out for yourself at Zrće Beach, on Pag Island. Perfect for party animals, it’s reckoned to be one of the best party spots in the world. With 5 clubs (Aquarius, Euphoria, Kalypso, Noa Beach and Papaya) hosting parties 24/7 plus a range of water activities to take part in, there’s no risk you’ll get bored.
    8. The Zadar region boasts a dramatic hinterland to explore. Three national parks – Paklenica, Plitvice Lakes and Krka – are crammed between the crystal clear Adriatic Sea and the dusky Velebit mountains.
      • Paklenica National Park (Nacionalni Park Paklenica) offers a wealth of outdoor opportunities: hiking, climbing and other sports.
      • Plitvice Lakes National Park (Nacionalni park Plitvička jezera) is the most popular site in Croatia, boasting 16 lakes and over 90 waterfalls.
      • Krka National Park (Nacionalni park Krka). Enter the park by taking a short cruise up the emerald Krka river that meanders through a lush, green forest, then take a swim in some of Croatia’s most famous waterfalls.
    9. Head north to visit the pretty fishing village of Petrcane, with its crystal clear waters and pebbled beaches. Just 9 km (5.5 miles) away is the ancient town of Nin, the first capital of Croatia, where you can admire the smallest cathedral in the world. Or head south to reach Biograd Na Moru, a popular summer resort offering beautiful views of the Pašman Channel.
    10. There are also quite a few interesting museums in Zadar, like the Museum of Illusions, full of holograms, optical games and mirrors, ideal for kids, the Archaeological Museum, perfect for history lovers, or the Museum of Ancient Glass, displaying a premium collection of Roman glassware.

    Practical information for your trip to Zadar

    • Brussels Airlines flights arrive and depart from Zadar Airport, which is located in Zemunik Donji, just 8 km (5 miles) from the centre of Zadar.
    • Current local time in Zadar:  
    • Currency: The Croatian currency is called the kuna. You won’t have any trouble finding cash machines (Visa, MasterCard and AM). You can also use euros (preferably for large amounts).
    • Telephone calls and Wi-Fi: The local area code is (0)23, and the international country code is +385. You won’t have any trouble finding Wi-Fi. Apart from the airport, Wi-Fi networks are available in many of Zadar’s hotels, restaurants and cafés.
    • Electric sockets: These have a standard voltage of 230 V and are of type C or F (European standard). For American or British plugs, you will need an adaptor.
    • Travel information: EU citizens don’t need a visa to travel to Croatia. Just take a passport or identity card. For more information on visas and travel documents, visit the website
    • Vaccination: There are no mandatory vaccinations for travellers. For more health information, visit the website

    What to do and not to do in Zadar?

    • Are local farmers markets a treat for you? Then don’t miss Trznica, Zadar’s traditional market, or make a day trip to Benkovac Farmers Market, held on the 10th each month.
    • Feeling peckish? Enter a typical konoba to experience authentic Dalmatian cuisine. You’ll enjoy traditional dishes from the region made with local ingredients in a friendly, cosy environment.
    • There’s plenty of choice for beaches around Zadar. Let’s just name a few: Ninska Laguna and its secluded coves, Zaton Beach, perfect for a carefree day, Kolovare Beach, the favourite spot of Zadarians, Borik Beach, with loads of entertainment for kids. Wherever you go, don’t forget sunscreen.
    • To get the most out of your holiday in Zadar, take a boat to visit some of the stunning islands. If you can, avoid big tourist boats and go private.

    Cultural events in Zadar

    • Škraping (March): an international trekking race on steep island rock.
    • Musical Evenings in St. Donatus (July and August): a series of concerts performed by outstanding Croatian and international ensembles.
    • Avvantura Film Festival: international film festival held during the last week of August.
    • Kalelargart Street Art Festival (end of July): for 2 days, the old town of Zadar turns into a stage for dancers, magicians, acrobats and musicians.
    • Electronic music festivals: party with the best international DJs and thousands of other partygoers at the Hideout Festival (25-29 June 2018), Sonus Festival (19-23 August 2018), Black Sheep Festival (30/07/2018 to 02/08/2018), Barrakud Croatia (August 2018), Love International (27/06/2018 to 04/07/2018), Fresh Island Festival (July 2018) and Spring Break Europe.

    When to go to Zadar?

    The Dalmatian coast is the perfect holiday destination. Average temperatures vary between 12°C in January and 30°C in July. The best time to go there is between May and September. If you go in summer, take light clothing, as this period is hot and dry. To avoid the crowds, explore the region in autumn or spring.

    What to eat in Zadar?

    • Croatia has a long and proud culinary history. From the meat dishes of the inland regions to seafood along the coast, the food is varied, fresh and delicious.
    • An absolute must-try is Pag cheese. Produced exclusively from the milk of the autochthonous sheep on the Island of Pag, it’s considered one of the best cheeses in the world. To be paired with a nice glass of Croatian wine, red or white.
    • Don’t leave Croatia without tasting Maraska, a sweet cherry liqueur produced in Zadar since the 16th century.

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