Sailing in the Zadar Channel, with its pleasant mistral wind, gentle coves, intimacy and serenity, reveals outlines of ancient fortifications and churches, scattered verdant islands and abundant pine and olive trees encircled by a crystal-clear sea. A dozen first-rate marinas and cosy moorings, welcome anchorages in lovely attractive coves, impressive charter fleets and experienced skippers are at the disposal to all those looking to embark on an exciting journey of inspiring exploration and rewarding self-discovery.
Zadar Region is rich in tradition with an amazing cultural heritage, best illustrated at coastal towns such as Biograd and Nin, not to mention Zadar City itself. The remarkable natural environment of the region is one of the main reasons why so many nations coveted this land. The long and indented coast of sublime beauty and splendid mountain peaks only hint at the diverse natural wonders to be found around you. National parks, nature parks, islands, nature reserves, forests, bays, coves and beaches are all integral to Zadar County. Don’t forget to explore the island of Pag, with its gastronomic delicacies revered across Croatia, or the Paklenica Riviera, where a dramatic day’s climbing can be followed by relaxation at an extraordinary resort built on an ancient Roman city.
This article is sponsored by the Zadar region and The Croatian National Tourism Board: 'Croatia Full of Life.