Agava

Bozava, Dugi Otok, Zadar, Croatia | Hotel
Prices starting from $139.00
 

Travel Blogs from Zadar

More waterfalls

A travel blog entry by emmahayes1990

8

... waterfalls on the opposite side of the large lake we caught the electric boat (price included in the park ticket). There was a queue to get on the boat and the journey was quite slow however our timing was perfect as we avoided a downpour of rain whilst under the boat canopy. The lakes and waterfalls at the far end of the park were no less impressive and I thoroughly ...

Day 8

A travel blog entry by haileywilliams

2

- was pretty ****** weather to begin with. spent the day just chilling out, went and got a coffee after breaky! Was decent compared to others. Then we went to the 'beach' here that was just like rocks meeting the water with ladders down into it. Was very pretty though! Have to watch out for sea urchins here, there were kids playing with them though!? - we were meant to go to hvar today ...

Day 40 (Plitvice Lakes)

A travel blog entry by kimrop88

6

Woke up to thunder, lightening and pouring rain this morning. Erin and Adam got all our lunch stuff ready in the storage area of the bus, both of them got soaked, so we could make ourselves a packed lunch. Breakfast was really good this morning and I had a ham and cheese sandwich and some yoghurt and rolled oats. Everyone was pretty unimpressed about the weather and some people hadn't bought sneakers or raincoats with them at all. We got to the ...

Feeling Hot Hot Hot!

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness

6


Wow-wee it was a hot one today, way into the 30’s! The plan was to see Zadar by day, possibly
have some lunch then stay out until the evening, however that plan changed very quickly!

We first stopped a local bakers and spent a grand total of 1 on a variety of pastries and decided to eat them in a small park in the centre of Zadar. The walk to the park should have taken 5 minutes but the heat was so ...

The Sea Organ

A travel blog entry by kyajade

32

... went for a walk back down to the waterfront that I'd found. We walked along the water for a while and came across Zadar's famous sea organ! It was like a bunch of big steps going down into the water, and one level had holes cut into the stone which made music, depending on how big the waves were and where they were hitting under the steps! It sounded very nice. The water was quite calm, so it was a pretty tranquil relaxing sound. After chilling there for a while we had a look ...

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