Villa Valentina

Otona Ivekovica 20, Zadar, 23000, Croatia | 3 star inn
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Location

This 3 star inn, located on Otona Ivekovica 20, Zadar, is near Paklenica National Park, Church of St. Donat, Jadrolina Ferry, and Square of Five Wells (Trg Pet bunara).
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    Travel Blogs from Zadar

    Gilligan's island and SSMinnow resurrection

    A travel blog entry by ssminnow on Sep 08, 2014

    4 comments, 11 photos

    The castaways are back - hello to everyone,

    The last few days have been busy, busy, busy.
    Saturday we went to the old town of Trogir and had a look around before catching the ferry to Split. The old town of Trogir was quite cute and lots of little alley ways to meander around.
    Lots of lavender items to purchase here, it appears to be one of the locally made products.

    Split was interesting - we went to the Diocletian's palace, where ...

    Locina, Molat

    A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on Sep 03, 2014

    1 photo

    With a break in the rain we decided we needed to move on as need to make Rovinj by next weekend. Very overcast but a good sail up to Molat and once we were through the gap and on the west side of Molat the seas were much calmer. Realising that Locina was no anchoring we headed round for a peaceful night in Podgarbe, a small bay with great shelter and clear ...

    Greetings To The Sun

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Aug 17, 2014

    13 photos

    ... places right near the Sea Organ. During the daytime, the solar panels collect the sun's energy and at night, the panels release the energy through a sort of multicoloured light show. The energy collected also powers the street lights along the promenade. The tourist in me was amazed and dazzled by both of these artistic creations. The teacher in me was super excited to see nature being used in creative and effective ways and made me think about ...

    Sea, Sun and chillin

    A travel blog entry by watso on Jun 06, 2014

    34 photos

    ... the right ingredients but most importantly not to cheap out on the olive oil and use the good stuff.

    Anyways, that was a relaxing day and we got plenty of sun and sea for our liking...Actually, considering the sunburns Leisan got, I think we got a bit too much sun for the day!

    We headed out that afternoon taking the same ferry back, and proceeded to get closer to our next destination,Split.
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    Sea Organ in Zadar

    A travel blog entry by alexvarelas on Jun 02, 2014

    13 photos

    We left Rovinj in the morning and drove through hills and rocks. The hills were so high, the tops were hidden by the clouds. Everything was so green.

    Zadar is a city on the Adriatic coast that is 3000 years old. The city has lots of Roman Ruins. On our first night we listened to the Sea Organ. They are tubes in the water that make music when the waves ...