Veli Iz, Iz Island, Zadar, Croatia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Zadar

More Churches

A travel blog entry by danielriegel


... in the twelfth and 13th centuries which holds the distinction of being the largest church in Dalmatia. This afternoon is yours to explore Zadar on your own.

This evening, gather with your fellow travelers for a Captain’s Farewell Dinner aboard ship. Afterwards, you may want to visit one of Zadar’s charming harborside cafes for a glass of maraschino, a liqueur distilled from local marasca cherries that is a centuries-old Zadar tradition.

Dalmatian Coast

A travel blog entry by d_j_browning


Today we say goodbye to Pula and head down to Zadar. It's a beautiful sunny day (again) for the four hour drive. As we head east across the peninsula, we have snow capped mountains to the north, and rugged escarpments to the south. The landscape is quite dramatic. Not quite the non-descript scenes we encountered on the drive into Istria. There are broad flat valleys surrounded by rocky ...

Still Catching up

A travel blog entry by gmamarilu


After the Paris/Monte Carlo excursion, I had a lot of work to do. Silly me didn't finish reading my book while on the excursion, so I had to forgo a trip to Krk and Siminik that I really wanted to go on. Momma D and I went to St Francis of ...

Sunsets and Sea Organs

A travel blog entry by amybulger

... by the seafood pasta and the tuna. The spicy veg pasta was a good compliment, as I just picked the veg out of it! We went out afterwards to an outside bar/club and made new friends with a group of French guys. At about 3am we went down to the harbour to see the Greeting to the Sun. It is a 22m circle on the harbour floor which is made up of LED lights that change depending on the sea organ. It's very cool! I think we called it a night at about ...

Zadar city

A travel blog entry by simonandtally

... save the hassle of searching all over towns for that hostel or site that was pre booked and getting lost haha. Plus its almost always cheaper! we ended up talking to a sweet old frail man that only spoke German and didn't quite get the gist that no we do not understand it no matter how much you speak in it! Amusing if anything haha! After many games of charades turns our that the bus station is actually a considerable bus journey from the ...


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