Located in the very heart of the Adriatic, Zadar makes the urban centre of northern Dalmatia as administrative, economic, cultural and political centre of the region with 75,000 inhabitants. City of Zadar is a blend of the past beauty and all the amenities sought by a modern traveller. The city‘s specialty is irresistible for all those who respect historical monuments and cultural heritage, artists, tourists and its citizens.


Kornati National Park

– the most indented island group
– 150 uninhabited islands, islets and rocks
– the most turquoise part of the Adriatic Sea
– pure and beautiful sea
– true choice for Robinson tourism

Paklenica National Park

– abundance of natural wonders and phenomena
– declared as a national park in 1949
– place where the sea touches the mountain
– richness of beech and black pine forests
– the highest peaks of Velebit

Telašćica Nature Park

– richness of quiet and peaceful beaches
– the area of Aleppo pine and holm oak forests
– unique Telašćica Bay as the most beautiful natural harbour
– 25 small beaches and 69 km of coastline
– salt lake “Mir” with healing properties

Vrana Lake Nature Park

– natural habitat of water birds
– drinking water springs
– 57 km2
– park parallel to the coastline
– distance from the coast less than a kilometre

Plitvice Lakes National Park

– the greatest, the oldest and most visited Croatian national park
– forested mountainous area including 16 lakes
– rich biological diversity
– declared as a world heritage by UNESCO
– the spring of Korana River

Krka National Park

– includes more conserved or slightly modified ecosystems
– fluctuates through a deep and picturesque canyon
– Krčić, Risnjak, Miljacka, Roški Slap and scenic Skradinski Buk, Krka fluctuates through Lake Prokljan
– the Franciscan Monastery on the island of Visovac