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Sun holiday in Croatia, Zadar

Zadar is a centrally located county in Croatia, the city is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in Croatia. The first traces of human life in the area of ​​present-day Zadar date back to the Late Stone Age. In 59 BC the city became part of the Roman Empire, during this period Zadar acquired the traditional features of a Roman city. After the fall of the Roman Empire, this region has been in the hands of Italy, France, Hungary and Austria. Currently, Zadar is a historical center of Dalmatia and is the main political, cultural, commercial, industrial, educational and transportation center of the Zadar region. Due to its rich heritage, Zadar has been declared one of the most popular Croatian tourist destinations. The fortified city of Zadar is also included as part of the UNESCO World Heritage Venetian Defenses.

Luxury holiday homes & apartments in Zadar.

Poolincluded offers a wide range of luxury holiday homes and apartments in Zadar. For example, in the city of Zadar itself Villa Yespeace located, this beautiful villa can accommodate 20 people. Here you can enjoy your own private swimming pool and jacuzzi, the villa also has a traditional BBQ where you can grill. In addition to all these features, the location of Villa Yespeace is also ideal, less than 2 km away is the old center. In addition to this centrally located villa in the city, you will also find Pasman Island within the Zadar region. For example, here you come Villa Little Sea House against, this villa is located in an oasis of peace and has a beautiful view over the sea.

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What to do in Zadar?

The old center is worth a visit. Here you will discover the historical history of the city. The old center is located on a peninsula and is an attractive city where you can spend a whole day walking around. The city is full of cozy restaurants and bars, which you will find on a square or in the narrow alleys. When you are in the old center, the sea organ is worth a visit, the sea organ makes music through the waves of the sea. At the sea organ you also have a large dance floor that works on solar energy, this is also called 'Greeting to the sun', because of the waves at the sea organ there is a unique light show. A tip! Go here for the sunset, some people swear that you can experience the most beautiful sunset in the world here.

There are several islands in front of Zadar, which are also worth a visit. For example, you have the Kornati islands where you have beautiful beaches and clear blue water. In the city you have several boat cruises, here you can visit the different islands in one day and enjoy the untouched nature. You can also rent a boat yourself in the harbor and set off with it, but you need a boat license for this.

When you are on holiday in this region, a visit to the Plitvice Lakes National Park is definitely worth it. It is a 2-hour drive from Zadar, if you prefer to look closer? Then you could also visit the Krka National Park, which is about an hour's drive from Zadar. In both parks you will encounter beautiful nature and see many waterfalls. Here you can discover the entire park on the hiking trails and enjoy nature. The Plitvice Lakes National Park is a lot bigger than the Krka National Park, if you are in doubt, we would recommend going to the Plitvice Lakes!

Culinary journey through Zadar

Zadar is a port city and is known for their various fish dishes such as; grilled fish, seafood risotto, fish stew, different types of shrimps and mussels. On the island Pag the best cheeses in all of Croatia are made, the Paški sir (Pag cheese). This cheese is made from sheep's milk, the sheep graze on the island of Pag. What makes the cheese so special is the wind, a cool, strong dry wind from the south carries salt with it. This salt remains on the island and mixes with the grass, among other things. This makes the island of Pag white and salty. Because the sheep graze here, they then ingest this salt and this gives the cheese a unique taste.

Zadar weather

Zadar has a Mediterranean climate, with warm and dry summers and mild winters. In the summer, the Velebit mountains stop the rain. However, rain can fall regularly in autumn, winter and spring. In the winter there can also be a strong wind, this wind gust can rage across the country at speeds of 180 km.

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