Zadar sightseeing (half-day tour)
The historic core of the town is more than three thousand years old! Wherever you find yourself, you will follow routes crossed before you by Illyrians, Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, Napoleon’s troops, Habsburgs...
A guided sightseeing tour of Zadar takes a minimum two hours and includes a walk through the historic nucleus of the town with visits to the Roman forum, the unique church of St. Donatus, the cathedral of St. Anastasia, the church of St. Chrysogonus, the church of St. Simeon, the church and monastery of St. Francis with its fabulous Renaissance cloister, the Land Gate and town walls, the Five Wells Square, the National Square and, by all means, the Sea Organ and the Salute to the Sun.
Recommended: Gold and Silver of Zadar – permanent exhibition of religious art in the Benedictine nunnery of St. Mary, the Museum of Ancient Glass, the Archaeological Museum... and the bell tower of the cathedral of St. Anastasia.
Kornati National Park (all-day day boat tour)
Spend a lovely day on one of the most beautiful island groups in the Mediterranean.
The Kornati is one of the most beautiful archipelagos in the Mediterranean, an unforgettably fabulous maze of about 150 uninhabited large and small islands. As George Bernard Shaw put it, “on the last day of the Creation God desired to crown His work and created the Kornati out of tears, stars and breath”. The boat sails among the enchanting islands and puts ashore in one of the most beautiful coves. The Kornati islands are a paradise for all those who know how to enjoy the beauty of nature and the crystal clear sea.
Krka National Park (all day tour)
The wonderful Croatian karst river.
With its seven travertine cascades the Croatian karst river Krka is a specific natural phenomenon. The main attractions are the Skradinski Buk and Roški Slap waterfalls; between them is the islet of Visovac, a landscape jewel amidst the lake, throughout eventful history an oasis of peace and prayer, with its Franciscan monastery and church, a fortress of spirituality, morals, faith, and Croatian culture and identity.
Take advantage of the opportunity for a pleasant walk along the marked forest trails along the river and visit the small museum in the park and the old mill. In the summer months you can swim in the refreshing clear water of the river and take photographs of the miraculous park.
Before or after the visit to the Krka National Park do not miss the historic urban centre of Šibenik.
Plitvice Lakes National Park (all-day tour)
The unrepeatable wonder of the Plitvice Lakes has rightfully been included in the World Heritage List.
Over centuries the flow of the river and the sedimentation of travertine barriers have created sixteen connected lakes and waterfalls. The wealth of plant and animal life, the surrounding forests and the mountain air make this a truly unique spot. In 1979 UNESCO justifiably inscribed this, the oldest Croatian national park, in its World Heritage List. The experience of the three-hour walk along the lakes is further enhanced by a cruise on an electric boat. The lakes will enchant you with their blue-green hue, and every new visit will be another unrepeatable experience of the beauty and force of nature!
Paklenica National Park (all-day tour)
The Paklenica canyon cuts deep into the Velebit mountain range, and it is a unique and unusual point of contact between the sea and the mountain. The canyon, at the same time the “entrance” to the Paklenica National Park, is the most valued natural phenomenon and jewel of the Velebit range. The park has more than 150 km of hiking trails, recommended to all nature lovers and hikers from spring to autumn. The trails stretch from the coast to the interior of the Velebit range which offers its magnificence and splendour to all the tourists and mountaineers, especially those taking the uphill trail to Anića Kuk (714 m).
Nin, the oldest Croatian royal town (half-day tour)
Nin, a Croatian royal town, is an important cultural centre because of the many monuments of early Croatian eighth and ninth century monuments. Visit the Museum of Nin Antiquities and the small Church of the Holy Cross – the smallest cathedral in the world,. After sightseeing in the historic centre of Nin, discover the beautiful sandy beaches near the town.
Canoeing and rafting on the river Zrmanja (all-day tour)
A genuine river adventure.
The rivers Zrmanja and Krka are among the most beautiful rivers in Europe with their perfectly clear water, the spectacular canyon and magnificent waterfalls. Their attractions include the variety of plant and animal life, and the typical karst phenomenon, travertine falls and barriers. You will quickly master the sit-on-top canoe technique, and gradually enter the beautiful deep canyon. After an hour of rowing across low rapids you will reach the beautiful waterfalls of the Krupa river and enjoy swimming in the crystal clear water. More thrills and rapids await you as you continue downstream to Muškovci, where your tour ends.