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Day 7: Olib - Zadar

7 day route from Zadar to the islands of the Kvarner Bay

After you return the yacht to the charter company trouble-free, visiting Zadar and sightseeing its most beautiful places will be the final chord of your trip. You’ll also enjoy dinner with the seascape background – a memory that will last a long time.


The history of Zadar consists of a chain of conquests, destructions, and restorations. You can see traces of many eras everywhere you look: ruins of the Ancient Roman forum, the Church of Virgin Mary in Roman style, Byzantine era Orthodox churches, and the Loggia from the time of the Venetian rule. The city’s advantageous location on the Adriatic Sea coast, mild climate, and numerous islands in the vicinity made it highly desirable land.

Today you should visit Zadar for its Old Town, Široka Street, and the Church of St. Donatus, which has become the symbol of Zadar. The Sea Organ built in 2005 adds some modernity to the local architecture; each time it creates a unique melody with sounds made by underwater pipes. Zadar hosts many festivals and concerts all year round, most of which take place in summer.