Ss a small place situated on the north-western part of the eponymous island which is connected to the mainland by a mobile bridge. The town was formerly known as Veliko Selo and Srimac. It received its current name in 1715. History lovers can visit the remains of the roman buildings (remains of an ancient settlement Colentum) located at the foot of the Gradina hill, as well as the church of Our Lady in Gradina and the parish church of St. Mihovil.
This town situated on a small peninsula and shoreline in Northern Dalmatia. It was first mentioned as a Croatia town in the 10th century. Once the town of coronation of Croatian kings, today is a strong and modern tourist center and the seat of the eponymous Riviera. This area, like only a few parts of the Mediterranean, offers excellent marine tourism and sailing possibilities because of its location on the best-indented part of the Croatian Adriatic. A town in the center of the Adriatic is literally a promise land for people who want to enjoy in the crystal clear water and who prefer a dynamic and interesting vacation. Biograd is famous for its cultural and historical heritage that testifies about its turbulent past.
Vodice is a small town well known for it's numerous fountains, rich nightlife and entertainment that makes it one of the most attractive towns on the Adriatic. Whoever has visited Vodice once always returns!
It is a city which takes pride in its tradition and old age and is located along the coast in a wide bay. The city is winner of the “Touris flower” award given to cities with an especially attractive tourism offer.
Skradin is one of the most attractive destinations with cozy marina and nice beaches. This town is located only few minutes from famous national park Krk.
The golden, green, and coral isle
Zlarin is a small island of the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. Because its beauty it has been called the golden, green, and coral isle. It isn’t then strange that the habituation of the island stretches into the distant past. The churches of Gospa od Rašelja, Velika Gospa, and the chapels of Sv. Roka i Šimun from the 17th century, are historical monuments of this island. During sunny days from top point you can see the mountain Velebit, and the volcanic island Jabuka in the Adriatic. This island also has the longest riva on any island in Croatia, with a length of 131 meters, and a width of 16 meters.
This island has long been known as an oasis of peace for travellers giving them an overwhelming experience of relaxation and spiritual and physical rest. It still has its „wild“ side as a true evidence of the constant activities of unstoppable forces of nature - the sea and the wind. Dugi otok is a true example of a place where these two opposites are most evident. Picturesque villages and secluded beaches collide with majestic cliffs and lush vegetation.