From the borders of the Kornati to the Kvarner islands with 25 bigger, 17 inhabited and about 300 smaller islands, islets and rocks and over three thousand berths in marinas, small ports or moorings, the Zadar region is a nautical paradise. It is here that started the development of nautical tourism on the Adriatic, and it is here that today a third of the nautical tourism on the Adriatic is realized. Sail and navigate freely with good wind aft along the playful coastline, among islands and yachts. Sail along fishing boats, dry stone walls, olive groves and cypress covered islands, forts and stone lighthouses or fishing villages. Stop in the hidden coves with safe moorings...
Galešnjak is a heart-shaped island, also called Island of Love, Lover’s Island, located in the Pašman channel, between the islands of Pašman and the town of Turanj.
City of Zadar
A city that according to the words of the Byzantine emperor and travel writer Constantine Porfirogenet is older than Rome, nowadays is one of the stronger tourist centres in Croatia.
Sakarun Cove is a member of the club society called The Most Beautiful Coves in the World where coves from 25 countries of all continents are included.
Green island, called the Zadar garden, situated across the channel and in front of the city it is connected to by ferryboat.
Silba, Olib, Premuda, Ist, Škrada & Molat
A group of islands northwest of Zadar consists of Silba, Olib, Premuda, Ist, Škarda, Molat and numerous islets creating a small archipelago which confides its destiny to the sea in the Kvarner and Lošinj triangle.
Biograd - Nautical centre
Since Biograd lies on the most indented part of the Adriatic coast with hundreds of islands in front of it and several national parks so as parks of nature.