Villa Ivana

Address: Obala kneza Domagoja 14, Zadar, 23000, Croatia | Villa
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This villa, located on Obala kneza Domagoja 14, 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

    Clear blue water

    A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Aug 09, 2015


    Senj to Starigrad 104 miles Oppressive simply does not do the night time heat any justice. Liza 'slept' in the car (all windows open). I, again, to all intents and purposes 'slept' in the nude in the open. The rest of the campsite did the same. As I walked to the toilets at 7am all I could see was bodies strewn in camper vans, looking for the world as if they'd been shot, though they were just shot from another night of no ...

    Orgasmic ending, Hvala Hrvatska (Thank You Croatia

    A travel blog entry by aalok.khurana on Jul 28, 2015

    8 photos

    ... countries that are dependent on Tourism make money out of small things such as climbing a five storied tower.

    The climb started with a very narrow staircase carved out of the old walls of the tower before opening onto a bigger space and wider stairs which seemed the intervention of modernity. We exited out on the top of the tower, 5 stories above, to a panoramic view of the old walled city of zadar which is surrounded on all sides by blue waters. After soaking in the view ...


    A travel blog entry by kategreen on Jun 26, 2015

    11 photos

    ... had dinner, then got ready for a night out. My friend Leah that I met at camp in Canada was in town on a different tour, so we were trying to coordinate meeting up. But with little wifi, I couldn't get hold of her. Surprisingly though we ended up at the same club and she spotted me! It was so nice to catch up with her, even if it was just an hour. I headed back home after and had an amazing sleep in the next morning. Around 10.30am we left ...

    Zadar, Croatia

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Dec 12, 2014

    21 photos

    ... outside when it's 35 F, but the Croatians will!

    The economy is not so good here and is increasingly dependent on tourism. There's a lot of unemployment, an iffy future for those with college degrees, and it's the off-season. That might explain why we see so many people at the coffee shops all day and night. Nobody will kick you out if you buy at least one cup.

    Zadar is not a huge tourist destination since Dubrovnik is ...

    Dalmatian Skies and War Wounds

    A travel blog entry by tashahowe on Sep 30, 2014

    10 comments, 131 photos

    ... goods…had to be sold in Venice at prices fixed by the Venetians…All these malevolent fiscal interferences created an unproductive army of Douaniers, which in turn created an unproductive army of smugglers…men and women [in Croatia have faces] which recall the crucified Christ. The Venetian Republic did not always fight the Turks with arms. For a very long time, they contented themselves with taking the edge off the invaders’ attacks ...