Would you like to visit Northern Dalmatia and Zadar? Enjoy your holidays in Croatia!


Northern Dalmatia is quite rightly one of the most popular holiday destinations in Croatia. This region on the Croatian Adriatic coast charms travelers with beautiful scenery, magnificent pebble and sandy beaches, secluded bays, sun-drenched islands, delicious Dalmatian dishes prepared with fresh fish and pure olive oil, exceptional wine, small picturesque fishing villages, famous cultural monuments, friendliness and hospitality of the locals as well as romantic sunsets. Anyone who has ever been to northern Dalmatia knows its unique cultural treasures and many natural beauties.

Croatia offers warm, sunny weather all year round. The summer months of July and August can be very hot, with almost no rain. The outside temperatures are around 30 °C. The water temperature is around 25°C. The early season (April to the end of June) has many advantages, as does the late season (September, October): pleasant bathing temperatures, uncrowded holiday resorts and cheaper accommodation prices.

Northern Dalmatia, sandy beach in Nin

The largest city in Northern Dalmatia is Zadar, the administrative seat of Zadar County (Croatian: Zadarska županija). Zadar, the 3,000-year-old city, has around 75000 inhabitants and is the second largest city in the Dalmatia region after Split. The old city center and the center are on a peninsula. Zadar is well connected: buses, planes and ferries connect the city with the surrounding area and with other countries. The airport is 8 km from the city center.

The romantic old town of Zadar has cultural highlights that are really worth seeing. For lovers of art, architecture and history, Zadar is a real paradise. Visitors will be amazed with numerous historical buildings. Many impressive buildings, churches, monuments and museums bear witness to the different eras that the city of Zadar experienced: the Church of St. Donat, the Roman Forum, the Church and Monastery of Saint Mary, the Old City Gate, the Franciscan Monastery, the Cathedral of Saint Anastasia, the Museum of Ancient Glass, the Square of the 5 Wells, the Narodni trg (People’s Square) and much more. The Sea organ and the Sun salutation are particularly worth seeing.

Tourists will certainly appreciate the proximity of three national parks: Kornati Islands, Krka Waterfalls and Paklenica in the Velebit mountain range near the coastal town of Starigrad Paklenica. The islands of Ugljan, Pašman, Dugi otok and the Telašćica Nature Park in Northern Dalmatia offer crystal clear seas and beautiful hidden bays that one lifetime is not enough to discover them all. These islands with untouched nature are ideal for holidaymakers who want to enjoy beautiful places without the hustle and bustle.

On vacation in Northern Dalmatia you can really relax and unwind. Every place in Northern Dalmatia has its own charm. In the Zadar area you will find many resorts for a relaxing summer vacation.

Maslenica bridge near Zadar

Quiet and uncrowded holiday resorts a short distance from Zadar Vinjerac, Ljubač, Posedarje, Ražanac, Privlaka, Rtina Miočići, Rtina Miletići invite you to relax and swim. These places are an ideal starting point to visit and discover Zadar and its surroundings during your vacation.

Sandy beach Sveti Duh in Posedarje

If you would like to spend your vacation in Northern Dalmatia, we are happy to offer you our holiday apartments as accommodation!

Northern Dalmatia is not only the perfect travel destination for summer holidays!