Riviera Zadar

Riviera Zadar

Riviera Zadar

Zadar is a town with an extraordinary history of more than three thousand years and with a priceless historic and cultural heritage, home to many festivals, concerts and entertainment events by day and by night. Just stroll around the cobblestone streets and soak up the atmosphere, or take a break in one of our restaurants, or coffee shops, and try delicious local specialities and renowned original Zadar liquer Maraschino. St Donatus church, St Anastasia Cathedral, St Simeon's church,Three Wells Square and Five Wells Square are, among other town landmarks, certainly worth a visit.

Zadar is a city monument, surrounded by historical ramparts, a treasury of the archaeological and monumental riches of ancient and medieval and Renaissance times, and contemporary architectural achievements such as the first Sea organs in the world and Greetings to the Sun.

Zadar Tourist Board
Zadar County Tourist Board


Nin is the oldest Croatian royal town, residence of the Croatian rulers and bishops for the period from the 7th to the 10th century. Situated on a small islet in the middle of a shallow lagoon, Nin combines historical heritage with natural beauty. Its beaches, as well as modern tourists facilities make it an attractive tourist destination.

Nin Tourist Board


Sukošan is a small town situated in a wide bay called Golden Harbour / Zlatna Luka, on a coastal Adriatic road 7 km south - east of Zadar. The economy is based on tourism, farming, vineyard farming, olive and fruit growing. Today, the place is the seat of the county which also includes Debeljak, Glavica and Gorica. The town has about 3,000 residents. There are a kindergarten, an elementary school with equipped sports hall, medical and dental practices, and everything else that makes this place very pleasant/enjoyable to live throughout the year, and it is recognised by many as the ideal place for a vacation.

Sukošan Tourist Board

Biograd na Moru

First time mentioned in the mid 10th century, Biograd on the sea was given the role of the seat of Croatian kings and bishops in the following century. The period of its greatest flourish reached its peak when the city became the residence of the medieval Croatian emperors. In 1102 the Croato-Hungarian king Colomanus was crowned there. Numerous artefacts of the tumultuous and rich history of the Biograd region were stored in the especially interesting Regional Museum.

Thanks to its decades-long tradition in tourism, colourful heritage and tourist offer, culinary specialities and sporting events, Biograd has become an attractive holiday destination. Moreover, it is located at the centre the Adriatic Coast, surrounded by the lasting beauty of national and nature parks.

Tourist Board Biograd na Moru

Natural beauty

The Zadar Riviera and the town of Zadar are situated on the most indented part of the Adriatic. This area is full of small bays, islets and islands you can visit thanks to excellent offer of trips. There are several National Parks in the vicinity of Zadar such as Paklenica, Krka waterfalls and Kornati islands, as well as Nature Parks Velebit and Telašćica whose natural beauties shouldn't be missed.

NP Paklenica, NP Kornati, NP Plitvicka jezera, NP Krka, NP Sjeverni velebit, PP Telascica, PP Vransko jezero