Zadar is a popular tourist town located in northern Dalmatia. Dalmatia is divided into four districts, the main cities of which, in addition to Zadar, are Dubrovnik, Sibenik and Split. The city is located on a peninsula along the Reka - Split road.
Zadar has a long and varied historical past of three thousand years. It was first mentioned in written sources already in ancient Greek records. Today, Zadar is the cultural, administrative and economic center of northern Dalmatia, located in the very heart of the Adriatic. City has many cultural and historical attractions, such as the Romanesque church St. Donat from the 9th century, the national square, which is the center of events, the archaeological museum, the castle walls, the church and monastery of St. Mary, the Renaissance city gate, which has the shape of a triumphal arch with three entrance doors and much more. The largest attractions of the city of Zadar are the Sea Organ and Greeting to the Sun, which are the work of architect Nikola Basic. They are a symbol of the city and represent the primordial connection between man and nature.
They are located on the Zadar Riviera, which is a wonderful area for walking by the sea and enjoying the lush vegetation of magnificent palm trees. Zadar is surrounded by four national parks, which are the Plitvice Lakes, the Paklenica National Park, the waterfalls of the Krka River and the Kornati Islands.