Zadar, a city of rich cultural history, is over 3000 years old. Located in north Dalmatia at almost the center of Croatian Adriatic coast it is surrounded by five Croatian national parks: Paklenica, Plitvice Lakes, Krka, Kornati and North Velebit. The city protected by the archipelago of islands, the biggest being Pasman, Ugljan, Molat, Iz, and Dugi otok.
1. Church of St. Donat Zadar - Church of St.Donat is a symbol of the city of Zadar, and the most famous monumental buildings in Croatia from the early Middle Ages (9th century). It is round Romanesque church until the 15th century church called St. Trinity, and since then named St. Donat, by the bishop who had it built.
2. Tourist settlement Zaton Holiday Resort Zadar - The apartments in Holiday Village Zaton are rows of houses situated in the shade of pine trees and surrounded by Mediterranean greenery. The apartments, as well as the resort, can offer the entire family a pleasant vacation. The resort offers: private parking lot in forest shade not far from the apartments; watched, but not insured, restaurant (buffet), pool for adults and children, sandy and pebbly beach 1,5 km long.
3. Hotel Funimation Zadar - Hotel Funimation in Zadar offers you stylish accommodation with meticulous attention to detail and luxurious elegance. In our general areas, for example: lobby with fireplace corner, buffet with exhibition kitchen, main restaurant with various rooms, falky restaurant for children, vital lounge, vain bar, rauchkuchl disco, theatre, large sun terrace, internet, ice bar (winter only).
Zadar has a rich cultural and historical heritage, best known building in Zadar is church of St. Donat, built in the 9th century. Other interesting sites include the street Kalelarga, cathedral St. Stošije and Church St. Krševana which are prime examples of Romanic architecture in Croatia, the archaeological museum, the unique sea organs and The Great Arsenal. The first is mentioned in 1396., and the first newspaper in Croatian language were published in Zadar, as well as the first novel in 1536.
Definitely, an interesting part of the tourist offer of Zadar, is its vegetable and fish markets.