CROATIA

Zadar

 

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Bibinje – Zadar County

Bibinje is a municipality in Croatia and located on the Adriatic coast in Northern Dalmatia, in the Zadar County, 5 km south of the city of Zadar. Bibinje was first documented in 1214. Between Bibinje and the neighboring town of Sukošan there is Marina Dalmacija, the largest marina on the Adriatic with 70,000 m². In 2011, the town had 3,985 inhabitants, of which 98.32% Croats.

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Novalja – Rock formation chill out

Novalja is the second largest town on the island of Pag, between Rijeka and Zadar in the Croatian Adriatic. According to the city administration, the city has about 3,500 inhabitants and belongs to the Lika-Senj County. It describes itself as the tourist center of the island and yes it is. While we visited it wasn´t the visiting time, but during the summer the whole area is a party hot spot. We enjoyed some quite and relaxed chilled out time there.

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Maybe royal oldest town in the country – Nin

Nin is located in the Zadar County, about 15 km north of Zadar on the Adriatic and has about 2,744 inhabitants. The history of Nin goes back to the Liburnians in the 9th century BC. Back. Later, when the Romans ruled Dalmatia, the city was known as Aenona. Among other things, the Romans built a forum, an amphitheater and a temple, which at that time was the largest in Dalmatia. Today, only a ruin of the monumental structure testifies.

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Aqualife and Partyfolks – Pag Island

The Croatian island of Pag is located in the Adriatic Sea north of Zadar in northern Dalmatia. Pag has a length of 58.25 kilometers and is the fifth largest island in the Adriatic with 284.18 square kilometers. Overall, the two to ten kilometers wide island has about 8,400 inhabitants. The biggest places of the island are the traditional island capital Pag as well as Novalja.

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The Pag Bridge  –  Paški mos

The Croatian island of Pag is located in the Adriatic Sea north of Zadar in northern Dalmatia. Pag has a length of 58.25 kilometers and is the fifth largest island in the Adriatic with 284.18 square kilometers. Overall, the two to ten kilometers wide island has about 8,400 inhabitants. The biggest places of the island are the traditional island capital Pag as well as Novalja.

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Streetart Croatia

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