Villa Lipa

Address: Put Dikla 13, Zadar, 23000, Croatia | Villa
 
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This villa, located on Put Dikla 13, 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

      Zadar, Croatia

      A travel blog entry by hippler on Dec 12, 2014

      21 photos

      ... on their side. We could see little tornadoes on the Adriatic as we drove along the coast.

      The apartment is cozy and has new furnishings and its in the old town, on a small peninsula that was settled by the Romans. There's a forum, a bunch of ancient churches, a "pillar of shame" where people were tied and ridiculed for offenses to the state, and lots and lots of blue skies and water to match. There are quite a few yachts and ...

      Krka National Park and Zadar

      A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Nov 24, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      We hit the road today and drove the coastal road towards Krka National Park. The views were great along the way. There were more and more little towns at the edge of the sea. Many we would like to visit one day. The Renault Cilo car we have is a manual and has zero pick up - very strange. We arrived at one entrance to the park and three tourist info people were there to greet us. They said it's the other entrance you want at this time of the year - hmm and ...

      Exploring Dalmatia, Zadar!

      A travel blog entry by ulka on Aug 23, 2014

      34 photos

      ... and don’t worry if you don’t get it – not easy! Roman got the peninsula and made it an important port for the trading of timber and wine. Then Middle Age belongs to Byzantine. Then in the 12th and 13th centuries Venice and Hungarian fought over Zadar. Then the town was sold by Hungarian kind to Venice (which was great for the town as it become really prosperous). Then World War I – Zadar ...

      Zadar, Bibinje, and Jas filling his bucket list

      A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jul 13, 2014

      27 photos

      ... The ruins lie where the old forum once stood, with the remains of columns staning in their original places acorss from what was probably market stalls of some kind. The ruins lie next to the Church of St. Donatus, a 12th century circular church now used for musical performances due to its great acoustics. We climbed the bell tower next to the church to get a look at the view of mountains, city, and sea, which was completely gorgeous. We also happened to still be in ...

      Day 56... A Sea Organ

      A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Sep 09, 2013

      42 photos

      ... homage to the sun.

      The homage to the sun is a massive circle of solar panels which charge up all day and as the sun sets and into the night, makes absolutely beautiful light shows. It's really really incredible and full of so many different colours and patterns. It usually lasts all night, or until the solar power runs out. Watching it and listening to the sea organ in the background is so surreal, you feel like you are in another planet. Very very cool my ...