Travellers each want something different from their holiday. If you want out of doors adventure, ancient architecture and a very vibrant nightlife, then the Zadar area is a perfect choice. A holiday rental home in the Zadar area will be your home base for all of your adventures and will provide your will every comfort that you have at home.
Travellers of every age and with a variety of interests will enjoy a holiday to the Zadar area. One of the big draws is the active nightlife. Many of the hottest clubs and bars are located in one area, which makes it quite easy to bounce from on to the next. Many feature various types of music, dancing and great food. Activities in the out of doors are also very popular during the warmer months. There are water sports, such as sailing, diving, swimming and many others. There are dive and sailing centres that will teach you the basics. Even if you have never participated in these sports before, you can try them whilst on holiday to the Zadar area. There are also national parks that offer their own type of adventures. One of the most popular is Paklencia National Park. In addition to the gorgeous scenery, well laid out hiking trails and opportunities for wildlife spotting, there are also canyons and a well-known rock feature called Anica Kuk that many mountain climbers use to practice and improve their skills.
There are several places of interest, especially for those interested in history. Many of the original ancient walls of the city can still be seen. The Church of St. Donat is an amazing place to visit. It was built in the 9th century and still stands today. There are other ancient churches and other places of interest as well.
Most who choose to holiday to the Zadar area do so during the summer months. The weather is warm and sunny and there is very little rain. The average temperatures in the summer are between 19 and 28 degrees. There are an average of only 4 rain days per month and up to 11 hours of sunshine per day. In the winter, the average temperatures are between 4 and 15 degrees. There are as few as four hours of sunshine per day and up to 10 rainy days per month.
Zadar Airport (ZAD) is fairly well serviced, but you may not be able to get an international flight directly to that airport except during the summer months. You may need to fly into a different airport in Dalmatia and then continue your journey via coach or train. There is a railway station in Zadar that is quite well serviced from some other cities, but the coach is a more popular option as it may take less time and cost a bit less than travelling by railcar.