Close to Falkensteiner Premium Camping Zadar, you can enjoy a leisurely stroll around town or a wonderful island tour. If you’re wondering what to do in Zadar, Dalmatia has a rich history, natural beauty and many fascinating excursion destinations for you to take delight in.
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.
The Plitvice Lakes National Park is the oldest and largest national park in Croatia, and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979.
The Vrana Lake is an unusual connection of land and water which offers a refuge to different species of plants and animals, offering them all the necessity for life. The lake is unique for its position and characteristics not only in Croatia but also in other parts of Europe.
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.
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,
The archipelago, with its 150 uninhabited islands, islets and reefs, is the most shattered island group in the Mediterranean.
Modric Cave is 829m long, and the curious visitor is rewarded with facts about cave formation, a guided tour through its passages and chambers, and above all, by the chance to observe the stalactites hanging from the ceiling, the stalagmites growing up from the floor and several other fantastic shapes and forms.