The youngest Croatian tourist destination that has over 500 islands and islets. The most famous islands are Pag, Murter, Ugljan, Pašman, Vir, Zlarin and island group of National Park Kornati and Nature Park Telašeica on Dugi Otok. It stretches from the Pag island on the north to the town Primošten on the south. The center of this part of Dalmatia is city of Zadar - an ancient city full of historical and cultural heritage, 3000 years old. Northern Dalmatia leaves all it's tourists speechless with it's natural beauty. Here are placed three national parks, NP Kornati, NP Krka and NP Paklenica. Also there are two nature parks - Telašeica and Vransko Jezero. The two largest cities are Zadar and Šibenik, which are rich in historical and cultural sites. Forum in Zadar and St. Jacob's cathedral are only the part of the sights that You must visit.
Northern Dalmatia offers stylish private accomodation, villas, hotels, apartments, modern marinas and nautical centers. Do not miss to taste the delicious specialities of Dalmatian cuisine and superb Dalmatian wines. Larger centers of this region are Vodice, Primošten, Rogoznica, Starigrad - Paklenica and Pirovac.
This region is the most ideal for those tourists looking for the craziest fun and partying all day. On the island of Pag is known beach Zree that is rightly called ''the Croatian Ibiza''. Fun does not stop here. The famous clubs Aquarius, Papaya and Kalypso host the most famous DJ names of electronic music, such as Tiesto, Paul Van Dyk, Swedish House Mafia, who lift the atmosphere up to boiling point and force your body to have crazy fun time.
For lovers of active holidays Northern Dalmatia offers a variety of attractions - from cycling, sailing, diving down to bungee jumping and paintball. Those who want peace will find their haven in some quiet bay of North Dalmatia, which has these to spare. Clean sea, one of the most beautiful sunsets and beautiful islands will remain in permanent memory and lure them back again.