Donat

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Majstora Radovana 7, Borik Holiday Complex, Zadar, 23000, Croatia
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  • Couples40
  • Solo28
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

boat hire

by boabiam

is it possible to hire a small boat for 4 and sail it around the islands yourself and if so is it expensive, also can anyone recommend a nice place to eat to celebrate our anniversary

Re: boat hire

by jsjeck

Yes you can there are lots of sailboat rental companies in Zadar and nearby places. You can even choose the best that suits your needs. Good luck. This might help you too http://travel.mongabay.com/croatia. Thanks.

Re: boat hire

by KristaB

Great restaurant in Zadar suitable for such special occasion is Fosa, located right next to the city walls in a small old harbour http://www.fosa.hr/

For boat rental there are many charter agencies, gooogle Zadar boat charter,
also google Marina Dalmacija charter - it is one of the largest marinas on the Adriatic with several charter companies. Do you have a boating permit and any experience? If not, ask for charter arrangements with professional skippers.
If you end up in Marina Dalmacija, restaurant Laguna located on the beach of the artificial peninsula is fantastic, they have fresh fish and scampi and lobsters, my favorite dish there is steamed scampi - ask for 'shkampi na lesho'. They have scampi caught in the Pag canal, where lots of fresh water pours down from the mountains so the taste is incerdibly good.

have a great time in Croatia!

Re: boat hire

by SailingSplit

Hi - we are sailing out from Split in the week 39 - 25. Sept. - 2. oct. 2010: touring the islands around Split.

We are short for 4 people - any interest?

The hire will be around 400 € pr. person. and we have a skipper who knows all the good places....

Best Regards

Janne Thorup (Denmark)

Re: boat hire

by Wostek

You can find information about boat hire here: http://www.planik.hr/en/najamcamca/
I'm use this service and all is ok.

Travel Tips for Zadar

new(er) Zadar rising

by picek

Well, Zadar is lot more than its historic peninsula. Actually, that is only its smaller part, yet the place of interest of most people who'll ever visit. Beside beaches in vicinity.

Once you'll get a bit into 'everyday' Zadar, there's whole different picture. Like industrial zones. Sport centre Višnjik. Parking places for yachts and boats. Scars from latest wars. Shopping malls. Cafes in socialist-style blocks. Dead end streets and wide main ones. Traffic and local markets. Mix of everything. Post-modernity and transition and post WWII life. For all what is positive and negative about it. Kinda symphaetic mixture because of its inhabitants. Yes, they are the soul of the city.

Crkva Svetog Šimuna

by croisbeauty

Although it looks like thounands of other churches, the Church of St. Simon is very important one because it houses St. Simon's casket with the saint body and is the most valuable sample of the medieval Croatian goldsmith workmanship.

Monument to Spiridon Brusina

by croisbeauty

Spiridon Brusina (1845-1908), born in Zadar, was a great Croatian zoologist and palaeontologist, wide world known. He was in particularly interested in the study of marine and fresh-water molluscs, the snails and shells of coastal Croatia. By the end of his life he had compiled the most complete collection of Adriatic fauna to date.
The monument stands on the Riva of Zadar, right in the front of the University building.

Kornati National Park, the desert and sea

by JLBG

There are 147 islands and islets of various size in the Kornati archipelago ! They have no permanent inhabitants, though there exist a few villages. Vrulje is the main village of the main island. It has a few houses, no permanent inhabitants. The owners of the houses come in summer, mostly from Murter peninsula. Vrulje is proud of its 3 "streets" and 50 houses !

The main part of the Kornati archipelago is a National Park

In Summer, the Kornati are characterized by three colors : the blue of the sky, the dark blue of the sea and inserted between both, the dazzling white of the islands. Once you have seen that, you will never forget it !

From Zadar and Murter, it is possible to do day trips on the islands but the best way to enjoy them is to sail around the islands. See my Kornati Islands National Park page.

PLITIVICE LAKES – On the way...

by Kamen_mali

PLITIVICE LAKES – On the way from Zagreb to Zadar you pass through Plitivice.
The Plitvice Lakes were proclaimed a national park in 1949, and in 1979 they registered in UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
The park includes beautiful forests with sixteen large, and many small, lakes which emerge at the source of the Korana River. They form numerous cascades and beautiful waterfalls as they flow into one another.
The lakes are very attractive to visitors due to their incredible beauty, rich plant and animal life and numerous recreational facilities.

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