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Tourist destination info Brbinj (island of Dugi otok)

Brbinj is a resort located on the island of Dugi Otok. The place contains beautiful, paved and stone beaches. This place is familiar for its long seaside promenades, long cycling and jogging paths, the possibility of going on interesting excursions, secluded beaches without many visitors.

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Plitvice National park is one of the most visited national parks in Croatia. You can relax in the park and enjoy walking, hiking, take an electrical boat or train ride, you can take photographs, ride a bike, ski or row.

Zadar is a town of exceptional history and remarkably valuable cultural heritage. It is one of the most popular Croatian tourist destinations named as the “entertainment center on the Adriatic” by the London Times, and the “new cool capital” by the Guardian. You can see the sea organ in Zadar, which offer an interrupted concert of mystical tones of the “Nature orchestra”, as well as Salute to the Sun, National Square, Five Wells Square, the silver and gold of Zadar, Forum, Fosa, Kalelarga and the antique glass museum Zadar. Visit different historical monuments such as: St. Donat church, St, Stosia Cathedral, St. Sime church, St. Mary church and convent, St. Frane church and convent, town walls, forts and gates, St. Krsevan church and numerous others.

Nin is a small town in Zadar County with only 1500 inhabitants. The center of this ancient town is a small island (diameter of 500km) which is connected to the mainland with two bridges. It is famous for its turbulent history which is evident from its historical landmarks: St. Križ church (“smallest cathedral in the world”), St. Jacob’s church, St. Anselmo Cathedral, remains of the largest Roman temple on the Eastern coast of the Adriatic, Duke Branimir’s statue, Lower town gates and access bridge, royal square with well, statue of bishop Gregory of Nin and the coronation church of St. Nicholas. Nin is also well known for its natural beauty: the Nin lagoon, mouth of the river Ričina, Nin port and the coastal promenade and the nature park “Solana Nin.”

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Guest reviews Brbinj (island of Dugi otok)

Excellent
4.8
Overall guest rating

Atmosphere:
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5.0
Beaches:
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Friendly locals:
4.7
4.7
Security:
5.0
5.0
Touristic offer:
4.3
4.3

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