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Nin is a town in the Zadar County of Croatia, it is situated in a lagoon on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea, surrounded by natural sandy beaches and linked with the mainland by two stone bridges from the 16th century. According to historians the area of Nin first settlements date 10,000 years ago. Overall it is a town rich in cultural heritage and surrounded by spectacular nature, where any nature lover can wind down and enjoy the blissful sea.
The saltworks which is what this tour covers, is over 1500 years old. The area includes a Roman gate, stones dating from the Illyrian times, medicinal mud, over 200 bird species and ancient tools. The place serves as an example of salt throughout history, wars, celebrations, love, joy and work. Following tradition not much has changed and the salt production is just as before. Gathered with hands, over the generations the saline fields from Nin are enriched by the best of the sun, the Adriatic Sea and the Bora of Velebit.
On this tour after visiting the museum we go towards the centre of Nin visiting culture monuments and after an interesting walk go to a local restaurant to enjoy a meal before we head back to the start point. This opportunity includes everything you need to explore a unique history and exceptional beauty.