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In Croatia, experienced mountain bikers riding on steep mountain tracks can get their money’s worth just as much as active holidaymakers with a desire to camp among idyllic forest lakes or to enjoy the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic coast.
The walls of the old town hold centuries-old stories and the rustic restaurants and inns promise a romantic time. Nin is an ideal starting point for planning excursions to the beach, and hiking and cycling tours. The Church of the Holy Cross is likely not only the smallest in the world, but also the oldest Byzantine church in Croatia. The church was built in the 9th century and can be walked around in only 36 steps. The arrangement of the church walls, doors and windows is aligned to the different lighting conditions throughout a year and a day and thus also serves as a calendar and clock.
The Paklenica National Park is a paradise for mountaineers, roughly 50 kilometres from Zadar. Besides up to 200 kilometres of trails and paths that lead past forest huts and gorges, high rock formations and climbing facilities impress visitors. In Paklenica there is also the opportunity to descend into the underworld – to the Manita Peć cave. Many different bat species and other cave animals can be discovered here.
The coast outside the city of Nin opens out to a unique world of islands. From here, visitors enjoy a fantastic view of the sea and the vast archipelago. The Kornati National Park belongs to the Dalmatia region and has the highest density of islands on the Croatian Adriatic. It is worth mooring at one of the jetties of the Konobas or in the Piskera marina. From there you can explore the rocks and cliffs on foot.