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ZADAR COAST & ARCHIPELAGO

Zadar by Ivo Pervan via Croatian National Tourist Board 1
Zadar by Ivo Pervan via Croatian National Tourist Board
Dugi Otok i Veli Rat by Boris Kacan via Croatian National Tourist Board
Kornati by Ivo Biocina via Croatian National Tourist Board TH
Kornat via Croatian National Tourist Board
Beach Sakarun Dugi Otok, Aleksandar Gospic via Croatian National Tourist Board
Zadar by Ivo Biocina via Croatian National Tourist Board
Beach Dugi Otok by Aleksandar Gospic via Croatian National Tourist Board
Mar Kremik Primosten via Croatian National Tourist Board
Kornati-Ivo-Biocina-via-Croatian-National-Tourist-Board-1
Pirovac and Biograd by Ivo Pervan via Croatian National Tourist Board 1
Vrgada by Ivo Pervan via Croatian National Tourist Board
Veli Rat Dugi Otok by Aleksandar Gospic via Croatian National Tourist Board

Zadar Coast

Zadar lies just up the coast from Split & Trogir – Zadar is about an hour / hour and half’s drive from Sibenik/ Primosten /Trogir (where most Split Riviera villas are) – with an airport in Zadar, it is a good alternative for flights to the Split/Trogir region too and we can arrange transfers easily from Zadar to the Trogir area and Split area as a whole. The Zadar area is not on the holiday maker map as much as the other better known destinations of the Dalmatian coast but it is making a name for itself with its stunning coast line and national parks.

Photo 1 – Zadar © Ivo Pervan via Croatian National Tourist Board 1
Photo 2 – Zadar © Ivo Pervan via Croatian National Tourist Board
Photo 3 -Dugi Otok i Veli Rat © Boris Kacan via Croatian National Tourist Board
Photo 4 -Kornati © Ivo Biocina via Croatian National Tourist Board
Photo 5 -Kornat © Croatian National Tourist Board
Photo 6 -Beach Sakarun Dugi Otok © Aleksandar Gospic via Croatian National Tourist Board
Photo 7 -Zadar © Ivo Biocina via Croatian National Tourist Board
Photo 8 -Beach Dugi Otok © Aleksandar Gospic via Croatian National Tourist Board
Photo 9 -Mar Kremik Primosten © Croatian National Tourist Board
Photo 10 -Kornati ©  Ivo Biocina via Croatian National Tourist Board 1
Photo 11 -Pirovac and Biograd © Ivo Pervan via Croatian National Tourist Board 1
Photo 12 -Vrgada © Ivo Pervan via Croatian National Tourist Board
Photo 13 – Veli Rat Dugi Otok © Aleksandar Gospic via Croatian National Tourist Board

 

Zadar Archipelago

As you fly down the coast of Croatia, the Zadar Archipelago of beautiful islands are scattered in the sea and are a delight! A sailors paradise they look not unlike the Maldives with green interiors and turquoise water surrounding them. Can you spot the heart shaped island? There are hundreds of islands which cover approximately 300 square miles but only 20 of them actually have people resident on them. The Kornati Islands which have National Park status are part of the Zadar Archipelago – none of the Kornati Islands are inhabited but a wonderful natural area to explore by boat. Dugi Otok is one of the most attractive places to visit and stay on with beautiful beaches, dramatic cliffs, wonderful views, archaeological sites and plenty to get out and see, it is a wonderful escape into the stunning natural wonders of this interesting area. Dugi Otok also incorporates the Nature Park of Telascica which is particularly popular with sailors as it provides a very long, sheltered bay.

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