Tag: towns north Dalmatia

Vodice is a famous tourist destination at the Adriatic coast of Croatia, known for its vibrancy, diversity, tourist attractions and friendly people. The city is located along the coast in a wide bay, 11 km northwest of Sibenik, the center of the county. Today Vodice has almost 9,000 inhabitants and is the ideal place for […]
Privlaka a peaceful tourist resort situated only 18 km from Zadar and 5.5 km from the historical town of Nin. Privlaka is located on a large peninsula, so it is surrounded on three sides by the sea; on the northeast the gulf is closed by the Bay of Nin and on the south-west by the […]

Turanj is an authentic Dalmatian tourist resort situated on the northern side of the Pasman canal and by promenade “Lungo Mare” connected with Sv. Filip i Jakov. The distance from the hist

Sv. Filip i Jakov is an attractive tourist destination, situated between Sibenik and Zadar. From Zadar is 23 kilometers away and 45 kilometers from Sibenik. The village has about 4500 residents, but that number increases several times during the season. Beaches in Sv. Filip i Jakov The beach Iza banj is located in the centre. […]

Primosten is a small town located between Sibenik and Split. The old town is situated on a small island which is connected with the mainland. Primosten attracts tourists with its interesting architect

Rogoznica is a small town which is located in the eponymous cove between Sibenik and Split. It’s 35 km from Sibenik and 55 km from Split. Rogoznica is located on a peninsula that was once a smal

Tisno is located partly on Tisno peninsula and partly on the island of Murter. The passage (or strait after which the place was named) between the mainland and the island is only 38 meters wide. In 1832 a bridge was built and in 1991 the continental and insular part of town was connected by a […]

Karlobag, a small town at the foot of the Velebit is situated on the main Adriatic coastal road which connects Rijeka and Dubrovnik. Karlobag is the northernmost point of Dalmatia, opposite the island

Zaton is a quiet tourist resort situated between two historical towns, Nin and Zadar or more precisely about 13 kilometers north of Zadar and 5 kilometers south of Nin. A perfect blend of mild climate

This small coastal town is located about 8 km southeast of the historical city of Zadar, where along the main road, many promenades and beaches stretch at about 4 kilometres of coastline. One of the advantages of this small Dalmatian town is the proximity to five well-known national parks and two nature parks of which […]

Petrcane is a small fishing village in Croatia, located only about 10 kilometres north of Zadar. This small fishing village, nearly 900 years old, is characterized by picturesque Dalmatian houses, bea

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