Cities around

Cities around

Cities around
Zadar is a city that is by Constantine Porphyrogenetus older than Rome, the seat of the Zadar County and one of the stronger tourist centers of Croatian, who visit hundreds of thousands of guests, including many celebrities from the world of business, politics, film, entertainment, and is famous as the city experiences with a multitude of events that make it one of the most interesting and attractive cities to visit. About njegovm creative genius testify and modern works such as the world famous Sea Organ and Sun Salutation. Over centuries of turbulent history, destruction and creation have left scars but also many records of time, today's valuable cultural heritage of the city. From all historical periods have been preserved many churches and monuments that have seen art styles of architecture, from Roman times through the Middle Ages to the modern architecture. Around 70 of them located in the historical center of the city, while his other parts with narrow and wide surroundings counted over 600 immovable cultural monuments. Biograd is located 28 km south of Zadar. It is located on a small peninsula and the mainland. On the northern side of the bay Bošana and on the southern bay. In front of the town are the islands Planac and St. Katarina. In the past, the crown city of Croatian and Croatian - Hungarian rulers, today the capital of the Riviera on the door of Kornati. It is located between the largest freshwater lake Croatian and labyrinth of 300 islands, in a pine forest, a place of long sandy and pebble beaches. Flower coast and gastronomic magazine taverns and restaurants.
Pakostane is an ideal destination for the tour to nearby cities with a rich historical heritage. The proximity of Sibenik, Knin and Zadar and Biograd allows a great variety of sightseeing surroundings Pakoštane. Welcome to Pakostane.