This is a region which numbers as many as 200 island and isles, with only 17 of them being inhabited. Come the summer, their lives become very dynamic – dynamic but not stressful. At other times they are peaceful and totally relaxed.
Zadar Museum of Antique Glass is a unique museum of its kind, not only in Croatia, but in the entire world. The public can see around 2,000 various glass objects from Antiquity, dating from the 1st century BC to the 5th century AD.
Zadar’s beaches, and those of its neighborhood, are, on the whole, pebbly. Zadar serves as a suitable jumping-off point for five nearby National Parks – the Paklenica, the Velebit, the Kornati group of islands, the Plitvice lakes and the waterfalls of the Krka River.