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Észak Dalmáciá

Northern Dalmatia stretches from the island of Pag in the north all the way to the city of Primosten in the south. Its coastline has a backdrop of the mountain mass of Velebit and carries on to the flatlands of Bukovice and Ravni Kotar. Northern Dalmatia has been populated for a very long time and this is proven by many antique villages, historical roman monuments as well as preserved medieval towns.
Northern Dalmatia offers a wide variety of accomodations which include hotels, apartments, rooms, campsites and pansions. The larger capacity of accomodations is apartments in private accommodation.
Most of Croatia's more developed islands are located in Northern Dalmatia and are divided into two groups: the group of islands which belong to the Zadar region and the other group to the Sibenik region. These regions have around 500 islands and islets all together. The better known islands of Northern Dalmatia are island of Pag, island of Ugljan, Silba, island of Vir, island of Murter, Pasman, island of Krapanj, Iz, Zlarin, Molat, the group of islands which make up the National Park of Kornati and the Park of Nature Telascica on Dugi Otok (Long Island). On many of these islands guests will have the chance to see the stone ruins of many historical cities as well as beautiful vineyards and olive trees.
Along with its many beautiful islands and islets, Northern Dalmatia also has three national parks which are the National Park Kornati, National Park Krka and National Park Paklenica.
The National Park Kornati is made up of 140 islands, islets, and reefs. It spreads out over 320m2 and in the year 1980 it was declared a national park because of its unique shape and beauty. Its many coves and clear sea make it a perfect place to enjoy nautical adventures.
The National park Krke is spread over 142m2 containing the river Krka which is a real phenomenon for on its way to the open sea; its path is host to many lakes, falls and rapids. On the island Visovac which lies on the lake of Krka, in between two beautiful waterfalls – Rosk and Skradin falls – sits a Franciscan monastery.
The National Park Paklenica, with its backdrop of Stari Grad (the Old City), comprises of two canyons, Large and Little Paklenica. The canyons stretch up to 400m high.
Northern Dalmatia also encompasses two nature parks which are very special because of their beauty and uniqueness.
One is the Nature park Telascica. What makes this park unique is its 8km deep cove which is heaven to explore. Telascica also holds a real natural phenomenon which is the salty lake of Mir. There is a path which leads you to this lake and it is usually warmer than the sea. The second park is with the lake Vransko. This lake is one of the largest natural lakes in Croatia. One of its main characteristics is that it has a large bird preserve made up of 224 different species of birds and is on the list of European ornithological preserves.
Dalmatia is filled with fantastic tourist destinations which offer relaxation, recreation and fun. Some of the larger destinations in Northern Dalmatia are Zadar, Sibenik, Biograd na moru, Vodice, Primosten, Rogoznica, Sv. Filip i Jakov, Skradin, Starigrad – Paklenica, Pirovac, Raslina. Due to its rich history, each place offers you a little taste of the past while enjoying its natural beauty and modern day amenities.

 
 
 

Bibinje

 

Biograd

Biograd na Moru (Biograd by the Sea) is located 30km south of Zadar in the Pasman inlet with its beautiful beaches, pine forests and sunshine coves. On the northern side of Biograd na Moru lies the Bosan inlet and on...

 

Brodarica

The island of Krapanj is a small island on the south-eastern side of the Sibenik canal. The island's peak is only 7m above sea level and is only 300m away from the mainland where you will find the town of...

 

Grebaštica

 

Ist sziget

Ist is a small island located in the archipelago of Zadar. It has a surface of 10 km 2. The highest peak on the island is Straza (Guardian) on which is situated a little church with a magnificent view. The island has 250...

 

Iz sziget

Island Iz is situated in northern Dalmatia, between Dugi otok and Ugljan. Island Iz has two tourist villages; Veli Iz and Mali Iz. Veli Iz and Mali Iz are beatiful little villages, surrounded by figtrees, olivegardens and vegetable plantations. Mali...

 

Kaprije sziget

Island is a part of Sibenik’s island with the most high point Vela Glavica (129). The coast is broken and the land cover olives trees and vineyard. The nearby island Kakan is a great for bathing. Cars are not allowed, s...

 

Kornati

The National Park Kornati is made up of a group of 89 islands, islets and cliffs which stretch along the south western coastline of the island Pasman, in between Dugi otok and Zirja. It spreads over a surface of 220m2 and...

 

Kozino

On the nord part of the city of Zadar, on just 10 km far away from the centre of the town, is situated the place of Kozino. A little place with 500 habitants it's an ideal destination for those who want to...

 

Maslenica

Maslenica is small quiet place, hamlet of the village of Jasenice and a cove at the entrance into the strait of Novsko Zdrilo, connecting the so-called Novigrad Sea with the Velebit Channel situated below a limestone slope and thus partly...

 

Molat sziget

 

Nin

 

Olib Island

 

Pakoštane

 

Pasman sziget

The Pasman Island is a part of the group of southeast islands of the Zadar's archipelago and with the neighboring Island of Ugljan is connected with a bridge over the channel of Ždrelac. Pašman is divided from the main l...

 

Petrcane

Petrcane is a small tourist town as well as port in the Petrcane inlet, within the Zadar Canal, and 12 km from the city of Zadar. Visitors can enjoy its beautiful 2km long beach, which offers a variety of water sports,...

 

Pirovac

Pirovac is a small town 23km north of Sibenik and lies in the Pirovac inlet. Pirovac is popular for its developed nautical tourism because of its many inlets where visitors can set anchor and enjoy the town's untouched nature. Stinica,...

 

Primosten

Between Split and Sibenik, surrounded by seven islands, located on a peninsula that once were island, is situated Primosten. It is one of the most attractive destinations on the Adriatic coast with a typical picturesque look of a fishing town....

 

Privlaka

 

Prvic sziget

In the archipelago of Sibenik, covered with a dense mediterranean vegetation, vineyards and olives and with it's picturesque bays is located the island of Prvic. The island has only two little places and for the first time in the history...

 

Ražanac

 

Ražanj

 

Rogoznica

The town of Rogoznica, which sits on a peninsula in the Rogoznica inlet, is 35km south of Sibenik. This peninsula was once the small island of Kopara and then, in the 19th century, it was connected to the mainland by...

 

Sibenik

The city Sibenik is the centre of the Sibenik – Knin County. It is an economically developed city full of culture as well as a great tourist destination. Sibenik is located in a deep inlet and is one of the...

 

Silba sziget

The island of Silba is located on the southeast part of the island of Mali Losinj and it's situated between the islands Premuda and Olib. It's about 8 km long, 3,5 kn wide and it has a shape of the number 8. Silba...

 

Skradin

Skradin is a small town located on the coastline of the river Krka and 16km away from the city of Sibenik. Here guests can enjoy swimming in the river Krka as well as at the mouth of the river which...

 

Starigrad Paklenica

Starigrad-Paklenica is a town and harbour located on the coastline of the Velebit canal, at the foot of Mt Velebit and 50km away from Zadar. In Starigrad's hinterland is the National Park Paklenica which encompasses two canyons: Velika and Mala...

 

Sveti Filip i Jakov

The small town of Saint Filip and Jakov is located just 4km away from Biograd na Moru. This small town as well as harbour is one of the most beautiful towns in the Pasman inlet. The inhabitants of Saint Filip...

 

Tkon

 

Tribunj

Tribunj is a small fishing town just 3km west of Vodice and it lies on a small peninsula. It was once an island and then, later on, was connected to the mainland by way of a stone bridge. Tribunj is...

 

Vir sziget

The island of Vir spans over an area of 22,3km2 and is located in the north-western part of Zadar's large group of islands. The Privlaka canal which is 3m deep and 300m wide separates the island from the mainland and...

 

Vodice

Vodice is a small, yet well-known tourist destination located on the Sibenik Riviera. In earlier times, Vodice's inhabitants occupied themselves with fishing as well as agriculture. Nowadays, they have combined these two occupations with tourism. This town is located 13km...

 

Vrsi

 

Zadar

Zadar is the centre of the Zadar County as well as a marine, cultural and tourist centre. Zadar is made up of the Old Town which lies on the peninsula and the newer part which stretches along the coastline. Its...

 

Zirje sziget

Žirje is a small island located in the  Sibenik archipelago. It's 12Nm distant from the city of Sibenik. The island spreads from the north west to the south east and it's considered a natural prolongation of the islands Kornati. Zirje i...

 

Žaborić

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