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Zadar: parques e natureza

Monumento / ponto turístico
“This is a superb spot to peacefully watch the sun go down to the mesmerising tones of Zadar's most popular attraction.”
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Parque
“The Queen Jelena Madijevka Park was built on top of a former military bastion. The peaceful garden has a few benches, walking paths and a café. It's a nice place to chill out and to take a quick bite during walking around the town. ”
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Beach
“The largest public beach in this part of the town. It is made mostly of the small rocks. There is a caffe bar on the beach and a large dock where you can try diving!”
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Parque
“Perfect place for morning run, physical activity or children's play in the children's park.”
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Beach
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Campground
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Porto / Marina
“Jadrolinija’s local ferries (trajektne linije) and passenger boats (brodske linije) run from Zadar to the surrounding islands”
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Beach
“Beach Diklo is a beach that has some sandy and some rocky parts. It is quite nice but it takes some time to get there if you are walking. ”
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Parque
“On 6th October 1991. in this part of Zadar Croatian defenders with their superhuman efforts stopped the enemy attacks and forced the former YNA units to give up on further attacks on the city of Zadar, due to their great losses. One km away from Holiday Home Matela there is an old tank T-55 on the pedestal as a reminder on Homeland war, next to the "Villa Trojka" (bunker from World War II used in defense in the Homeland War). Also, a beautiful view of the Velebit mountain, children's playground, an old church with churchyard and tower Kaštel from the 17th century, both destroyed in the Homeland War.”
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