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Children: age 2-11, Infants: age 0-1
Language:
Croatian
Currency:
Kuna
Time Zone:
GMT +1 hour
Flight Time:
2 hours 30 mins
Airport Code:
ZAD
Holiday Type:
Beach / City Break / Sightseeing / Summer Sun

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Sitting on Croatia’s spectacular Adriatic coastline, compare holidays to Zadar and prepare to visit a stunning destination. Delightfully set on the Dalmatian Coast, you can explore a city that beautifully combines ancient and modern attractions with holidays to Zadar from Stansted.

Cheap Zadar Holidays

Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik
3 star rating
easyJet
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
7 nights Bed and breakfast
from£253
Dubrovnik
Valamar Argosy Hotel
4 star rating
easyJet
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
7 nights Bed and breakfast
from£324
Dubrovnik
Valamar Dubrovnik President
5 star rating
easyJet
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
7 nights Bed and breakfast
from£441

Five Star Zadar Holidays

Dubrovnik
Valamar Dubrovnik President
5 star rating
easyJet
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
7 nights Bed and breakfast
from£441
Zadar is one of the oldest settlements on the Dalmatian Coast and counts many influences among its rich heritage. Wander among Roman ruins, medieval churches and great museums before settling down at a cosmopolitan cafe with holidays to Zadar. The historic old town is a gorgeous part of the city and perfect for a stroll. You'll find lots of old buildings and quirky little shops to seek out some one-of-a-kind trinkets. The peninsula that the old town resides on has over 30 churches, with St. Simeon’s being among the oldest. Zadar Cathedral is one of the most popular attractions in town, while St. Donat's church is one of the city’s most iconic buildings. It’s a well-preserved pre-Romanesque effort that now plays host to a museum and music concerts in the summer. The Roman Forum is also well preserved, and you'll find plenty of locals having a stroll or sitting among the ruins on a nice day. If you want to surround yourself with the locals then head to Kolovare beach close to the city centre. Vitrenjak is a great family choice, while Borik is a huge hotel complex where you can get involved with water sports as well as relaxing in the sand. As you might expect from a seaside city, Zadar serves up plenty of delicious seafood as part of its cuisine. There’s lots of great restaurants that put the beautiful setting to good use, with views out over the Adriatic and the islands that cling to the coast. It all comes as part of the experience with holidays to Zadar.