Zadar

Zadar is a city of exceptional history and rich cultural heritage, a city of tourism.
The particularity of the city is irresistible for those who respect and admire historical monuments and cultural heritage, artists, tourists and its citizens. Zadar is a city monument, surrounded by historical ramparts, a treasury of the archaeological and monumental riches of ancient and medieval times, Renaissance and many contemporary architectural achievements such as the first sea organs in the world.

Zadar is a city where huge spaces are left for pedestrians. Your walk along the cobblestone streets of the city will become a walk through history, and also an experience of the contemporary life of the city. Enjoy listening to the concerts, visit the theatre, museums, and exhibitions.

Situated in the heart of the Adriatic, Zadar is the urban center of northern Dalmatia as administrative, economic, cultural and political center of the region with 75,000 inhabitants. The coast is particularly indented, the islands and the untouched nature allures many boaters to this regions. The archipelago counts 24 bigger and about 300 smaller islets and rocks, 3 nature parks – Telašćica, Velebit and Vransko jezero and 5 national parks – Paklenica, Plitvice lakes, Kornati Islands, Krka and Sjeverni Velebit classifying Zadar and its surroundings at the very top of the Croatian tourist offer.
http://www.tzzadar.hr/

Šibenik

Šibenik is located in the central part of the Croatian Adriatic coast, in the picturesque, indented in the river Krka, one of the most beautiful Croatian karst river.

It is the oldest native Croatian city on the Adriatic and is located in a protected natural harbor in the middle of the eastern Adriatic coast, at the river Krka, on the foundations of rich Croatian history.

View on Šibenik reveals a unique harmony of urban poetry of the city and its natural environment.
Due through history it was won by many rulers, the city has developed and built the impressive fortification architecture, which can best be seen through its four forts: St. Nikola, the most famous Renaissance sea fort situated at the entrance of the bay St. Ante, the fortress St. Ivan, Šubćevac and fortress St. Mihovil, on which you can climb and enjoy a wonderful view on the bay!

The symbol of the city is cathedral St. Jakov which was built over a hundred years and is living evidence of talent of its architects, Juraj Dalmatinac and Nikola Firentinac, primarily because it is entirely built of stone, without the use of other materials, and contains more than 70 portraits on its apses, which is the reason why it became part of the UNESCO world Heritage List.

Characteristic of Šibenik is also that it in its area there are 24 churches and 6 monasteries.
http://www.sibenik-tourism.hr/en/

Biograd

Biograd na Moru was once considered as the crown city of Croatian kings. But today it is a well-recognised nautical and tourist centre situated at the very heart of the Adriatic Coast. The city, tailored to suit everyone’s preferences, lies on the peninsula surrounded by a promenade and contemporary marinas from which a memorable view can be seen all the way to the Pasman Channel and islets scattered in it.

Thanks to its decades-long tradition in tourism, colourful heritage and tourist offer, culinary specialities and sporting events, Biograd has become an attractive destination to visit. Moreover, it is located at the centre the Adriatic Coast, surrounded by the lasting beauty of national and nature parks.
http://www.tzg-biograd.hr/en/4/welcome