Franciscan Monastery & Church
The oldest of its kind in Dalmatia, the Gothic church was consecrated in 1280. Its interior has a number of Renaissance features, such...
Cathedral of St Anastasia
The Romanesque Cathedral of St Anastasia was built in the 12th and 13th centuries on the site of an older church. Behind the richly...
A huge renovated former shipping warehouse that now contains a lounge bar, a restaurant, a gallery and a cultural centre and has a cool,...
Sitting pretty in a prime harbour-front spot, this elegant place with lots of polished wood and a slim pavement terrace is one of...
Lonely Planet review
If anywhere can claim to have put Zadar on the map it’s this remarkable bar-club-garden-restaurant perched on top of the old city walls with jaw-dropping harbour views. It’s very Ibiza-esque with cushion mattresses, secluded alcoves, vast sail-like sunshades, purple and white decor and contemporary electronic music. Prices are pretty moderate given the surrounds. Everyone stays here longer than they’d intended – the place has a hypnotic appeal!