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Zadar airport (ZAD)

Zadar is a truly fascinating city in the heart of the Dalmatia region. Let us transfer you from Zadar Airport, only 12 km away from the heart of this 3.000 year old city. Zadar is a place where the magnificence of old Romanic architecture intertwines with modernity in perfect harmony.

Zadar is located by the Adriatic Coast, in the north-western part of the Croatia. This charming town was once the capital of the Dalmatia region. Walking through its cozy and picturesque streets you will discover many jewels. One of them is the church of St. Donat in Zadar. It was built back in the ninth century in the byzantine times, and it now stands atop the old Roman Forum. You can also not miss Santa Maria Church. It was built towards the beginning of Christianity and is known to have one of the most valuable collections of historical objects in Zadar.

One of the most representative icons of the city is without a doubt the Sea Organ. It is located on the promenade right next to the Adriatic Sea. The organ consists of 35 tubes built in the promenade itself and played by the motion of the waves and wind, creating a fascinating and mesmerizing combination of harmony and views. Very close to it you will also find another fascinating sight, the Zadar Sun Salutation Light Show. This consists of a sun powered disc that gives a spectacular light, flash and colour show during the night.

If you travel to Zadar during the summer you might want to enjoy the wonders of a refreshing swim in one of its many crystalline beaches. From Zadar you can travel to one of the many islands close by. Some of the most valued in the area are Petcrane and Privlaka. Also don’t leave without having tried a Zadarian ice-cream with cream while you enjoy the sunset, described to be the most beautiful in the world by Alfred Hitchcock.