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Must-See Cities in Dalmatia


Rich cultural-historical heritage as evidenced by several landmarks on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list, breathtaking sea and nature along the highly indented coast, one of the healthiest cuisines worldwide, open and friendly people - to name but a few assets of Dalmatia, one the most popular regions in Croatia. The following cities are the heart and soul of northern and southern Dalmatia, each very special in its own way.  

5 Things Every Camper Should Know


Camping is not only a choice of accommodation on holiday, it’s practically a lifestyle. It reflects love of nature, adventurous spirit, wish to strengthen family ties and open mind to meet new people -fellow campers. With an excellent choice of services many campsites offer nowadays and a variety of useful, innovative gear available, camping is increasingly becoming easier and more fun for the whole family or groups of friends.

4 must-see national parks in wider Zadar region


Beautiful nature - one of Croatia’s most important assets. The country takes great pride in preserved nature and its national and nature parks always form part of the must-see lists. Eight is the number of national parks and half of them are situated in the wider Zadar region, two of which are among the most popular ones in general - Plitvice Lakes and Krka. The other two, Kornati islands and Paklenica, are also places of extraordinary nature and worth a visit.  

Getting to Know the Zadar Region by Cycling


A bike and a helmet, a few drops of sunscreen and plenty of water, and a bit of good will - that’s all it takes to embark on a half-a-day or entire-day cycling adventure. In fact, it’s becoming increasingly more popular pastime with Croatians, and an even more popular way for visitors to explore their chosen destination. Cycling trails are simply mushrooming, which means that getting around is also becoming easier.