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Come for a weekend or stay for a week, Zadar-Northern Dalmatia, in Dalmatia, Croatia, is one of those destinations that will stay in your memory long after the vacation is over.

Zadar-Northern Dalmatia is located approximately 60 miles (97 kilometers) northwest of Split and 130 miles (209 kilometers) south of Zagreb County, the national capital.

Set aside a day or two and head to one of the loved coastal attractions in Zadar-Northern Dalmatia. Zrce Beach and Nin Beach are two of the more well-known local beachside haunts in this coastal location. Other noteworthy beaches in the area are Strasko Beach and Pag Town Beach.

This city offers lovers of nature plenty of outdoor options at its many beautiful natural reserves. Nature lovers will like taking in the tranquility to be found at Paklenica National Park, Kornati National Park and Vransko Lake Nature Park.

Some of the most iconic historic attractions in this region are Land Gate and also Port Gate. Both of these are great spots to discover the joys of history. Get an insight into earlier times in Zadar-Northern Dalmatia before visiting the area's modern attractions.

If you’d like to spend some time in a little nature head to Iz and also Molat. These are just two of the nicer parks and gardens that families can take advantage of while visiting Zadar-Northern Dalmatia.

Travel back in time with a visit to the Archeological Museum, one of the main historical museums. Enjoy the collection’s interesting exhibits and examine the ancient artifacts that are on show.

The Zadar-Northern Dalmatia area boasts some fine civic spaces; Trg Pet Bunara is one of the most popular. It's the sort of place that draws back residents and visitors time and time again.

Visit Lake Vrana, a magical spot where the locals like to retreat to recharge their batteries. Stroll along the water’s edge and listen to the birdsong or merely embrace the unique beauty.

An old place of worship, one of the more popular of the many heritage sites in the city, is the Zadar Cathedral. Photograph the symbolic features of this fascinating place, learn about its past and realize why it is so popular with tourists.

After you’ve explored all the star attractions on the Zadar-Northern Dalmatia tourist map, why not visit a few of these hidden gems. Regardless of how many attractions you’ve managed to cram into your schedule, no stay in this city is complete without paying a visit to the Forum, the Franciscan Monastery, the St. Mary's Church and the Sea Organ.

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