In this cold, windy and misty winter days we will warm your mind and heart with our selection of most popular things on croatian adriatic coast in different categories. First we wil start with top 5 of most beatiful and interesting large cities along the croatian coast.
Number one is definitely Dubrovnik. World's most popular and most known Croatian city and tourist destination. Located at the south end of Croatia. It has it’s own airport - Dubrovnik airport Ćilipi, as well as ferry terminal so it can be reached by air from vast range of European cities as well as by various ferries from Croatian cities, towns and islands as well as from Italy. Dubrovnik is city rich with culture and history so it is listed in UNESCO World Heritage List. Dubrovnik old city was built in the 13th century and remains almost untouched to the present day.
Main atractions what you must see are City walls with forts
, street of Stradun, St. Johns fort, Lovrjenac fort, Srđ hill with panorama and museum...
Split lies on the Adriatic coast, central Dalmatia, on the Split (Marjan) peninsula. Although surrounded by sea as a peninsula, Split also borders with surrounding mountains, Mosor on the northeast, Kozjak on the northwest, and Marjan hill as one of the most important symbols of the city, rising on the west side of the peninsula, in the immediate vicinity of the old city centre.
The most popular locations for visit in Split are The Diocletian Palace
(cca. 1710 years old) with its Substructures and Cathedral of Saint Domnius in it, Marjan hill, Riva and Marmont street...
Last years Split became popular destination for nightlife with cultural and music festivals, of which most popular is ULTRA Europe
and whole city lives for this festival first part of Summer.
Zadar city is the centre of Zadar County and the wider northern Dalmatian region. Zadar faces the islands of Ugljan and Pašman, from which it is separated by the narrow Zadar strait. Zadar gained its urban structure in Roman times.
Main cities attractions for tourists are The Sea organs
, The Greeting to the sun
, St Donat church...
Pula is the largest city in Istria and administrative center since ancient Roman times. (But today is Pazin also adminstrative center for County). The city has a long tradition of winemaking, fishing, shipbuilding, and tourism. Pula is situated on southwest part od Istria peninsula.
For atractions we must mention famous Arena in Pula and archaelogical museum of Istria.
Last but not least in our Top 5 is Šibenik.
Šibenik is a historic town in Croatia and it is located in central Dalmatia where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic Sea. The central church in Šibenik, the Cathedral of St. James, is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Several successive architects built it completely in stone between 1431 and 1536, both in Gothic and in Renaissance style. A couple of kilometers north of the city is the Krka National Park, similar to the more famous Plitvice Lakes National Park, renowned for its many waterfalls, flora, fauna, and historical and archaeological remains.
Šibenik is also famous for his fortresses and surrounding resort