Northern Dalmatia

Compact and easily explored, northern Dalmatia presents a greater concentration of the highlights of Adriatic travel than almost any other part of Croatia. Along the coast are beautifully preserved medieval towns poised above some of the clearest waters in Europe, while offshore are myriad islands adorned with ancient stone villages and enticing coves. The region increasingly serves both as a focus for the party crowd and as a get-away-from-it-all destination, with a burgeoning roster of festivals dovetailing neatly with stirring scenery and soothing beaches.



is a great choice for a vacation in summer and winter season. Beautiful nature, climate, parks, hotels & old Austrian villas, seaside promenade and beaches attract tourists from Europe and all over the world for more then 160 years.



is the administrative and cultural centre of the Primorje-Gorski kotar County and the third largest city in Croatia with regard to the number of inhabitants. The city is situated along the course of Rječina River and nearby numerous streams.



is a small town with 1,800 inhabitants, located on the southern coast of the island of Krk. The town is hedged in by the coast with an extremely deep bay called Puntarska draga, where a miniature island of Kosljun is located, along with a Franciscan monastery. Unreal beauty!



Pastel-coloured terrace houses and Venetian mansions hug the medieval harbour of Cres Town, a beautiful sheltered bay encircled by vivid green hills of pine trees and Adriatic scrubs.



Rab Town is the main resort on the island. It contains some well-preserved 15th century buildings, leading up to the Town Loggia that was built in 1509. There are also numerous churches here, including St Mary’s Church from the 11th century, which was in fact built on the site of a previous church.


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is the biggest island town in the Adriatic. It is a significant nautical port because it is located on a sea faring route between Istria and Dalmatia, and is one of the main tourist and maritime centres in the Croatian Adriatic.



is the main urban centre of northern Dalmatia, an animated jumble of Roman, Venetian and modern styles that presents as good an introduction as any to Dalmatia’s mixed-up history.



is the next major town south of Zadar, with a quiet historic centre and a spectacular fifteenth-century cathedral, and the most convenient base from which to visit the tumbling waterfalls of the Krka National Park. 



is a town and a port on the north-east side of the island of Murter, connected to the Adriatic tourist road through the town of Tisno. It is the smallest town on Murter which was named after large ponds caused by rains during autumn and winter, which creates an impression of a real lake. 



is a tourist centre famous for its lively and various tourist offer and pleasant people. It is a coastal town located in a wide bay, 11 km northwest from the town of Šibenik, the centre of Šibenik-knin County. The town numbers 10,000 inhabitants, and is considered an ideal place for vacation.



Murter is situated in the middle Adriatic numbering about 2000 inhabitants. The town abounds in sand beaches, pine woods and old olive trees. Due to its perfect location it is an ideal point of departure for visiting the islands of "Kornati" and the waterfalls of "Krka". 



Rogoznica in Dalmatia region is a seaside resort situated 34 kilometres south of Sibenik and it is also one of the most suthern points of the Sibenik-Knin County. It is linked to Sibenik and Split by the Adriatic Highway.



Tribunj is a typical Dalmatian town and harbor on the peninsula, with its narrow streets and densely built houses, located 4 km west of Vodice and known for the cleanest sea in the Adriatic. The local residents live mainly from tourism, agriculture and fishing.

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