Charter bases in Zadar region
Coming to Biograd na Moru, one can see why it was dubbed "The White Town on the Sea". Centuries earlier, in medieval times, when Croatia was a kingdom, a Croatian king choose Biograd na Moru as his seat of power, for its outstanding tactical and geographical location. It has two bays - Bošana in the north and Soline in the south and two islands directly in front of it: Planac and Sveta Katarina. Island of Pašman lies in the near vicinity. The mild climate is an ever-present element in Biograd na Moru, which makes it a perfect stop when sailing in the Adriatic.
In the bay of Zlatna Luka, lies Sukošan. A charming town of wine and olive growers, Sukošan is full of hospitable people who will offer locally grown produce at minimal prices. All the necessary facilities, as well as clean beaches and ports, mean Sukošan is a good place to refuel while cruising the Adriatic, particularly in the marina Dalmatia. Clean waters and tended nature make sure every guest is welcome. This summer, consider letting the sea carry your tears away in Sukošan.
Zadar is like the sea - beautiful and it has a way of bringing people together. Even Alfred Hitchcock was amazed by „the most beautiful sunset in the world“. Zadar is a successful blend of cultural heritage incorporated into everyday life and modern touristic offer. The church of St. Donat is the most monumental building in Zadar and an archeological marvel, built more than a 1000 years ago. Other notable sites include the cathedral of St. Stošija, the biggest church in Dalmatia. Modern architectural and conceptual art installation, like the “Sun Salutations“ or the “Sea Organs“ make Zadar a city that weds modernity with tradition. There is very good eating in Zadar. Heavily influenced by Italian cuisine, Zadran cooking is a unique combination of Slavic and Mediterranean food cultures that produce a wonderful result: starters and soups of all kinds, mouthwatering seafood and tasty traditional sweets, served with local wines and liqueurs. With over 300 islands, the Zadrian archipelago hides many beauties and secrets. With natural treasures like Kornati, it is a good idea to rent a yacht and go exploring around Zadar.
When to sail and what to see in Zadar region?
Schedule a sailing vacation in Zadar region as early as May and as late October. With dry summers and mild winters, this region is ideal for renting a boat and island hopping. Check out the church of St. Donat in Zadar and be sure you don't miss on any natural wonders while visiting this region: numerous awe-inspiring works of nature wait to be discovered in Kornati National Park, Velebit mountain or Vransko lake.