Visit the old town of Nin, learn about Croatia and bathe in the Queens beach before checking out the Salt museum and the Old Cathedral. This is a cultural roller coaster for everyone
Visit the centuries old town of Nin.
The town was built 1500 years ago and is known for being the first Croatian king's capital. This is reflected in architecture and historical remains, such as the old Romanesque church built in the 8th century AD, and the smallest cathedral in the world.
The remains of the rampart itself indicate how important the city was for Croats.
Bathing on the most beautiful beach in the area and the beach itself is called the Queen's Beach because it was only for the needs of a tall stall at that time.
Nin and the beach itself is about 15 kilometers from Zadar.
We leave from Zadar in the morning or in the afternoon according to your needs, this may be at 09.00 and return would be around 13.00 or 16.00 and return at 20.00. It's best to visit the town of Nin and later bathe at the Queen's Beach. Transportation is secured all the time and is driven by a professional driver. The price includes only transportation and everything else you have to provide yourself.
For your information, it is not necessary to pay any tickets for a visit. The most popular museums are The Salt Museum, Archaeological Museum and of course the Old Cathedral.
This experience is suitable for everyone over the age of 18