The Administrative, Tourist and Cultural Centre of the Region
Zadar Croatia, as an Illyrian settlement, dates back to the 9 th century BC. Several layers of city walls, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque monuments and a preserved collection of church silver and gold witness the city’s tumultuous past. Today Zadar is the administrative, tourist and cultural center of the region called the region of national parks and islands, it includes four national parks and 1200 km of a picturesque sea coast with 300 small and large islands, peaceful and untouched bays and about fifty attractive tourist destinations. Modern hotels, camps, private suites, villas and nautical centers are situated along Zadar's tourist region, both on the mainland and islands.
- Zadar archipelago
- St. Donatus Church
- St. Anastasia's Cathedral