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Zadar: Museum of Illusions Entrance Ticket

1. Zadar: Museum of Illusions Entrance Ticket

Book your entrance ticket for Zadar's Museum of Illusions and get access to dozens of exhibits including the Vortex Tunnel, the first of such in this part of Europe.  Be amazed by awesome tricks that will teach you about vision, perception, the human brain, and science. Learn why it easier to perceive why your eyes and see things that your brain cannot understand.  Be brave enough to jump into the crazy illusion created by the Vortex Tunnel. Experience a feeling of heavy struggle as you try to step forward through a rotating cylinder – on a surface so stable and flat.  Deform the image of yourself in a Mirror Room. Loose yourself in the Infinity Room and resist the laws of gravity, size, and ratio. Watch each optical illusion and carefully view each installation. They are entertaining and brilliant reminders that our perception of the world is sometimes just a perception.  Visit the playroom, which contains intriguing and educational games and puzzles. at the end of your visit, make sure you take photos of yourself in every possible position in the Rotated Room.

Šibenik or Vodice: Kornati Archipelago Day Tour by Speedboat

2. Šibenik or Vodice: Kornati Archipelago Day Tour by Speedboat

Enjoy a day on the water exploring the islands and beaches of Kornati National Park, the Kornati archipelago in Croatia. Get picked up from locations in Vodice, Šibenik, or from Šibenik’s Solaris Hotel Ivan and choose between a group tour or a private tour. After checking in with the crew at your meeting point, prepare to enjoy panoramic views of the St. Anthony Channel and Šibenik islands on the way to the Kornati archipelago. First, stop at Mana, one of the many islands in the Kornati archipelago. Marvel at views of the cliffs from the sea, a wild beach, and clear water. Continue your journey through the archipelago by visiting the next island, Levrnaka. On Levrnaka sits Lojena Beach, the only real natural sandy beach on the Kornati islands. The boat will leave you on the northeastern side of the island, next to a restaurant in case you would like to have some coffee or food. Lojena Beach is within walking distance of the restaurant. Next, stop at Kornat Island, home to a charming local restaurant called Konoba, where you will have an hour and a half to have lunch next to the sea for affordable prices. Finally, visit Zlarin. Due to its geographical position, the island is seen as St. Anthony Channel’s gatekeeper and the guardian of Šibenik. Use your free time to enjoy the pebble beaches with sand under your feet as soon as you enter the sea. Just before sunset, head back to the starting point of the tour.

Zadar: Full-Day Sailing Trip to Kornati

3. Zadar: Full-Day Sailing Trip to Kornati

Sail toward the southern part of Dugi Otok Island. This is where the sea embraces Telašćica, whose name derives from the Latin "Telagus" (meaning 3 lakes). Relax on the boat with a book or sunbathe on deck. Enjoy views of the picturesque Mediterranean landscapes along the way. Chat with the skipper if you are interested in sailing and hear all the secrets of their ancient craft.  Upon arrival at Telašćica Nature Park, enjoy some free time to swim and snorkel. Go for a stroll and give a treat to the timid donkeys. There's a donkey reserve within the park and the coastal (or Dinaric) donkey is an indigenous Croatian breed. Currently, there are 14 donkeys living in Telašćica, while the entire area abounds with flora and fauna. The park has 3 smaller bays within its wider area. Telašćica is the largest and best-protected natural harbor on the eastern coast of the Adriatic. It has 5 islets, of which the small rock slab of Taljurić is the most extraordinary. Continue to Lake Mir in the southwestern part of the park. The salt waters of the lake derive from the underground canals that connect it to the sea. Archaeological excavations made in the area indicate the place was inhabited in the earliest periods. On the return journey, go to Stene (also known as the "Devil`s Cliffs"). Marvel at the vertical cliffs that rise up to 61 meters from the sea. They spread from Mrzlovica Cape on the northwest to the slopes of Veli Vrh on the southeast.

Zadar: Wine Tasting with 3 Course Meal

4. Zadar: Wine Tasting with 3 Course Meal

Soak up the best of Croatian culinary traditions with a 3-course meal and complimentary wine taste. Learn about wine regions, varietals, and terroir as you sip on selected wines. Taste 3 delicious dishes featuring fresh-from-the-market products. The menu changes weekly based on seasonal foods, and each course is matched with a generous pour of a perfectly paired wine. As you dine, your host will introduce each bottle and answer questions, explain each pairing, offering tips on deciding which wines go well with certain foods. Pick up information on Croatian main wine regions, the types of grapes grown there, and the styles of wines they produce. Learn some oenophile jargon, delve into the concept of terroir to study how climate and soil impact a wine’s characteristics and discover what means what on a Croatian wine label.

Zadar and Nin Highlights: Private Tour

5. Zadar and Nin Highlights: Private Tour

After being picked up from your hotel, we start our tour on the Seafront Promenade, taking in the most famous attractions in the city – from the Sea Organ to the Greeting to the Sun. Then, we continue to the Roman Forum Square, Church of St. Donatus and the Romanesque Cathedral of St. Anastasia. You can enjoy a Maraschino liquor tasting in one of the oldest cafes in Zadar, situated on the People’s Square. You will also visit the Museum of Ancient Glass, where you can see the glass blowing in action. Finally, enjoy some free time in Zadar before we depart for Nin. As you travel to Nin, a local guide will give you a rundown of the town’s most interesting stories. We’ll pass through the City Gates, and follow a small street to the parish Church of St. Anselm and Forum Square, where the largest Roman temple once stood on the eastern coast of the Adriatic. Just a short walk away is the Church of Holy Cross, considered the world’s smallest cathedral with a monument to Gregory of Nin. Rub his big toe for good luck. Sightseeing in Nin finishes at the Nin Saltworks, where we will take you through the story behind the salt.

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What people are saying about Zadar County

Our guide was such a great host. He keep the evening educational and fun. Though their were several of us at the table he managed to connect with everyone plus the location was perfect. Simon managed to give detailed explanation of the wines where they came from etc as well as more information about Zadar. Would recommend this tour to anyone visiting Zadar

Great day with beautiful islands!!! For the 2nd time with Roko as skipper This time it was a "private tour", just my husband and I with the two guys from Toto Travel Tours !! Perfect day

Very nice event, in a great restaurant. Our guide Sime told us great and interesting things about the wines and Zadar. I can definitely recommend!

Great trip out to Kornati islands. Well organised, timely service. The guides Roko and Karlo were excellent. Felt very safe in their hands.

Roko and Karlo accompanied us very well through the wonderful day!