Did you ever feel so overwhelmed by the beauty of heritage during your vacation that you did not know where to start? Well then, welcome to the Zadar region! Locate the ancient communities of the Liburnians, step into the grand cities of the Romans, visit the northern parts of the Byzantine Empire, explore the walls of the Venetian strongholds and see in person where Croatian Kings laid the foundations of Croatian sovereignty! Choose your favorite period and we will find a piece of history that will amaze you.
Admire Roman remains
Talk to the locals about crafts and customs
Find your favorite pre-romanesque church
Explore 3000 years of history!
Get to know the symbol of Zadar – the Church of St. Donatus and travel through time.
Sea organ & Sun salutation
Light and music show by nature
Fall in love with the spectacular installations that show how well art and nature mix.
Forts, monastaries & remains
Be the live witnesses of the past times
Explore the traces of the history.
Richness of the religious heritage
Discover the episcopal complex of Zadar and its sorroundings.
Crafts and Customs
Learn the crafts and customs of the local people
People of the region have always had a knack for fostering colourful and intresting tradition and practising valued and pleasing customs. And the best part - they will love to tell you all about it!
The legendary Dalmatian stone
These stones hide more mystery than Stonehenge!
Ave history and architecture!
The Romans and the Venetians made a huge mark in the region, leaving behind a permanent legacy of unique customs and architectural marvels!
See (but don't touch) the Museum of Ancient Glass
Museum of Ancient Glass
It's baffling that a medium as delicate as glass could survive the earthquakes and wars that have plagued this region over the millennia, but this impressive museum has thousands of objects on display!
Sail through history
Condura was arguably the smallest yet deadliest galley-type vessel in the history of warfare. Croatian Kings of the 11 th and 12 th century had up to 20 thousand oarsmen ready to propel them at a moment’s notice and one of the Conduras can be seen today at the Museum of Nin Antiquities.
Gregory of Nin
One of Gregory’s bronze statues, all made by famous Ivan Meštrović, can be found in Nin next to the Church of St. Anselm. The legend says that by touching his big toe, you can fulfil all your wishes, so come and try your luck!