Croatia - Zadar and the Most Beautiful Sunset in the World!
The city of Zadar is certainly best known for "the most beautiful sunset in the world" as described by a famous film director Alfred Hitchcock. The perfect place to enjoy the most beautiful sunsets is monument Greeting to the Sun, located on the Zadar promenade, close to the Sea Organ, another masterpiece by the Croatian architect Nikola Bašić. The Sea Organ is a musical instrument played by the sea, constantly playing unique music. In Zadar, you can also find the church of St. Donat from the 12th century as well as the attractive Five Wells Square located in the old town.
From Zadar, numerous islands are easy to reach either by ferry or by rented boat. Nearby is Dugi Otok, one of the most beautiful islands in Croatia, which is home to the natural phenomenon of Telašćica Nature Park and the sandy beach of Saharun. Because of the white sand and turquoise color of the sea, many consider the Saharun beach to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Croatia. Opposit to Zadar there is the green island of Ugljan, which is connected by bridge to the island of Pašman. Nearby are other beautiful islands such as the island of Silba, Iž, Olib, Premuda, Skarda, Ist, Molat and the island of Pag. Zadar is also ideally located for visiting the attractive national and nature parks. Plitvice Lakes National Park is about 2 hours drive by car, while it is also close to Paklenica National Park, Kornati National Park, and Krka National Park.
Private accommodation in Zadar and Dalmatia (Croatia)
Dalmatia offers a variety of accommodation options, from hotels and tourist resorts, private apartments, attractive holiday homes to modern rooms. Nowadays, trends are changing and there is a growing number of foreign tourists who are seeking to stay in private accommodation since it is the best way to get to know the locals, their culture and customs. Holidays in private accommodation offer many advantages, and if you are looking for a modern apartment in Biograd na Moru, a cheap room in Vodice or an attractive holiday home in Novalja, Pag, you will surely be satisfied with your friendly hosts. Check out the reasons why many tourists are returning to Zadar and beautiful Dalmatia.
GPS: (St Donat's church) 44°06'57.8"N 15°13'27.4"E
Text: Zephyr d.o.o.
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