For more than three millennia, Croatia has been attracting emperors, adventurers and beauty lovers to its shores. Untouched nature, historical sights and hospitable people make Dalmatia a world-class tourist destination.
The island of Pašman is near Kornati and Paklenica national parks, and within easy reach are Plitvice Lakes, Krka waterfalls and Northern Velebit. Canyons of rivers Krupa and Zrmanja are ideal for water adrenaline sports.
Located in the center of the Croatian coast, central Dalmatia is one of the most diverse regions in the country, with a distinctly indented coastline and imposing mountains of Velebit stretching all the way to the green pastures of Ravni kotari.
This region offers up to 300 islands, islets and reefs of which only 17 are inhabited. The oldest traces of settlement appear 3000 years ago, and the stamp of history is clearly visible on the streets and squares of cities like Zadar. Cultural and historical monuments and festivals make this Mediterranean city very interesting, beautiful and different.