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Zadar: Private Walking Tour Through 3,000 Years of History

1. Zadar: Private Walking Tour Through 3,000 Years of History

Zadar represents one of the most interesting and oldest urban localities in the Mediterranean, constantly inhabited from 1000 BC. In the 1st century it became a Roman colony and acquired the characteristics of a city. You will visit remains of a Roman Forum, the biggest one built in Croatia and the center of social life at the time. Zadar was the capital of Dalmatia region from the fall of the Western Roman Empire until the end of the First World War. Hear the story of its defensive walls that the Venetian Republic built in the 16th century for protection against the Ottomans and see the picturesque port of Fosa with its beautiful Land Gate. You will walk the famous Kalelarga, the main and most famous street in the city. Stand in front of the church of St. Donat, the symbol of Zadar and see Zadar Cathedral dedicated to St. Anastasia. Zadar is famous for its Sea Organ and Greeting to the Sun art installations situated at the Riva promenade. You will listen to the unique music of the sea played by the Sea Organ while learning the most interesting facts about these modern installations. Next, taste maraschino cherry liqueur, the recipe of which dates from the 16th century.

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Explore Zadar: Laid-Back Fun Bike Tour

2. Explore Zadar: Laid-Back Fun Bike Tour

This leisurely tour is good for both holidaymakers, and those who wish to spend a little longer in Zadar, as you will know where to go and what to do during your holiday. Join this tour to explore through some of Zadar´s most diverse and exciting parts. Explore the city, have fun, stop and smell the salty sea air, or chill with a drink in one of the fine beach bars. Outside the old city walls you will have the chance to see beautiful waterfront coast with marinas, stop at Zadar´s Sphinx, Puntamika Lighthouse and Beach, climb up the hill to the viewpoint, cycle through Arbanasi and Kolovare. Finish the tour appreciating the sun while listening to the sea organ - an architectural object and experimental musical instrument, which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps.

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Split/Trogir: Day-Trip to Šibenik and Zadar

3. Split/Trogir: Day-Trip to Šibenik and Zadar

Following pickup from your accommodation, your first stop will be the city of Šibenik. Whilst there, admire the ancient walls alongside the stunning backdrop of the Adriatic Coast. The most famous sight of Šibenik is undoubtedly the UNESCO-protected St. Jacob's cathedral, following which you can choose to walk around the stoned streets, buy some souvenirs, and enjoy a coffee on Riva Promenade. Your next stop is Zadar, the oldest continually inhabited city in Croatia. Evidence of human settlement there stretches all the way back to the 4th century B.C. This history passes through tribal, Greek, Roman, Venetian, and Italian rule, before its modern situation as a part of Croatia. Check out several historic monuments from the medieval and Renaissance periods, in addition to contemporary constructions such as the world's first sea organ. Once your busy day sightseeing comes to a close, your tour concludes with your guide returning you to your accommodation.

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Zadar: Ugljan, Osljak & Galevac Islands Trip by Speedboat

4. Zadar: Ugljan, Osljak & Galevac Islands Trip by Speedboat

Explore the islands of the coast of Zadar on this full-day experience. Travel between them in style by speedboat, as you experience Ugljan, Osljak, and Galevac. Meet at Jazine harbor in Zadar and board your speedboat. Look out for the city's famous Sea Organ as you speed away from the port. Travel across the crystal blue waters as you begin your island-hopping adventure. Alight from the boat for your first stop at Ugljan, a delightful large island featuring medieval architecture and charming shops and cafes. Next, clamber back on the speedboat as you head for Osljak Island. Here, the azure waters are perfect for a refreshing swim. This is the smallest inhabited island in Croatia, so small you can circle it by foot in only 10 minutes. Enjoy another thrilling ride to Galevac Island. Once there, pause to visit the Franciscan Monastery of St. Paul The Hermit. Then head back across the water to Preko on Ugljan for a snack or ice cream (own expense). Finish at the sandy beach at Kostanj. Take a final moment to pause once again away from the city heat and noise, before hopping back on the boat for the journey back to Zadar.

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What people are saying about Sea Organ

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 25 reviews

About 20 kilometers with about 100 meters of altitude round trip around Zadar. First right along the sea, with a stop in the bar, then it went up a gentle mountain to a great view of Zadar. Downhill back along the new sports facility to the very beautiful coast and the Kolovare beach. Zadar is not really geared towards cyclists yet, so it was perfect for us to be out and about with a guide who knows their way around. Bruno was a very communicative, personable and competent guide and we felt very comfortable with him. Bicycles were in pristine, very good condition! Tour very entertaining and recommended!

My family and I already knew Zadar quite well from many visits over the past few years and have been able to observe the development of the city for over 40 years. Ivana gave us a lot of background information and details in very good German. It was a very entertaining 2 hours after which we can see Zadar with different eyes in many places.

I recommend. I would never have reached so many charming places by myself. it is worth going 3 km uphill. wonderful sight. our route was over 20 km. only take plenty of water or you will burn some calories. there are stops for stories and wonderful views

very interesting tour about the history of Croatia in general and Zadar in particular ! Alaxandar is a top guide!

It’s like the father-son experience I’ve never had.