Discover some true gems of the Adriatic, be it gastronomical, cultural, sporting or natural. Did you know that there are four national parks in the close vicinity of Punta Skala, protected by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites? The same organization protects the historical cities of Trogir, Šibenik, Zadar, Split and Nin – none more than a 1,5-hour drive from Punta Skala. So much to explore, so much to find in our region near Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Iadera! Find out what to visit in Croatia here!
Telašćica offers variety: from hiking to water sports – comprising of 64% water, anything is possible in the nature park.
The salt museum in Pag covers over 50 square kilometers. Up to 1978, salt was harvested here in the summer months.
Since the 2000s, the cast of the Croatian National Theater Zadar has been attracting visitors with a varied program.
The movement of the waves creates the music for the sea organ in Zadar. Listen on the steps by the water.
During your visit to the historic town of Zadar – its antique forum, the old Church of St Donatus, the Cathedral of St Anastasia, and its museums, monuments and palaces – you will learn all about the rich history of this beautiful historic city.
In summer Sibenik attracts visitors with water sports and museums. But also hosts attractions such as the children's festival or the medieval market.
Our exciting journey takes us to the township of Nin where you get introduced to the highest salt quality in the world. Nin is a town with a glorious past. As a former Croatian royal town and one of the most important cultural centres of the early Croatian state,
Vacations on the island of Pag not only include beautiful beaches and clear water but also highlights such as a salt museum.
The archipelago, with its 150 uninhabited islands, islets and reefs, is the most shattered island group in the Mediterranean.
The Zrmanja Canyon can be explored by canoe or on foot. It is famous as the location of the Winnetou movies.
At 72 kilometres in length, the Krka is the longest river in central Dalmatia and, thanks to the 20 kilometres between Knin and Skradin occupied by the Krka National Park, it is also probably the most spectacular one in Europe.
The Paklenica Canyon, known as the gateway to the national park, is one of its greatest natural phenomena, and is considered the pearl of the Velebit Mountains.