Zadar is a city with rich cultural heritage, located in Pag Island, Croatia on the Adriatic Sea. It is the center of Zadar County and the wider northern Dalmatian region. Pag is the fifth-largest island of the Croatian coast and the one with the longest coastline.
Cetina is one of the richest in water quantity rivers in southern Croatia, with a total length of 63 mi/101 km. Situated in a rich in flora and fauna region with lush forest, waterfalls, lakes, high cliffs and crystal clear water, Cetina River is of great archaeological and historical importance and has a variety of activities to offer to the outdoor enthusiasts.
Brac Island is located in the Adriatic Sea and it is the largest island in Dalmatia, close to the Croatian shoreline. With an unspoiled natural environment, Brac island's landscapes are dominated by numerous coves and isolated beaches with the clearest waters and amazing limestone round valleys and hills, covered with pine and fig trees.
Zadar is a picturesque historical town, located in the northern tip of the Dalmatian Region and is bordered by the Adriatic Sea. As it is the ancient capital city of Dalmatia, the city is an amazing blend of ancient and medieval architecture along with vibrant nightlife, beautiful beaches, cultural events and many days of sunshine.
Paklenica National Park is a river canyon, formed by soluble rocks dissolution and is located in the south slopes of Velebit mountain in northern Dalmatia. A truly amazing natural scenery awaits for the visitor as the park is home to two impressive canyons, limestone vertical cliffs, caves, beautiful valleys and an abundance of flora and fauna.