Once the capital of Dalmatia, the Croatian city of Zadar is only a few thousand years old. Known in the vicinity as Zadarska zupanija, Zadar Croatia is bordered by 4 national parks. Not far-off from Sibenik, Zadar is situated among Rijeka and Split.
There is a great selection of hotels and accommodation in Zadar, and whether you are looking for a rustic experience full of culture or looking for a high class modern experience you will not be disappointed.
Zadar was populated by the Illyrian people dating back to the ninth century BC. At the conclusion of the third century BC, the Romans descended upon Zadar. This conquest was to last more than 200 years.
With a calm Mediterranean climate Zadar typically has warm dry summers and winters that are quite wet but generally not too cold. The mild climate is reflected in the gorgeous Mediterranean foliage which is especially noticeable in Zadar’s national parks.
Tourism in Zadar certainly has a lot to offer. There are precious culturally significant historical locations to explore, but if that isn’t quite your idea or fun, Zadar is also bustling with other exciting activities like yachting, tennis and golf.
Fast becoming one of the most desirable holiday destinations for UK holiday goers. The popularity of Zadar and Croatia is rising because holiday goers are looking to visit more and more varied destinations, looking to experience different cultures.
Whatever you’re looking for in a holiday, Zadar can provide it all; whether you want to spend all your time relaxing by the pool at an all exclusive hotel or visiting cultural landmarks, all is catered for.
Croatian cuisine is very diverse and depending on where in Croatia you decide to visit you may find the cuisine being very different, hence the alias cuisine of regions.