St Simeon’s Church
This church was reconstructed in the 16th and 17th centuries on the site of an earlier structure. The sarcophagus of St Simeon is a...
Museum of Ancient Glass
This is an impressive, well-designed museum: its layout is superb, with giant light boxes and ethereal music to make the experience...
Zadar HQ for the city’s artists and writers, daydreamers and doers. Its backstreet seats are full of interesting characters.
Na po ure
This unpretentious family-run konoba is the place to sate that appetite, with from-the-heart Dalmatian cooking: grilled lamb, calf's...
Lonely Planet review
With a gorgeous terrace that juts out into the harbour and a sleek interior that combines ancient stone walls with 21st-century style, Foša is a very classy place. Start by tasting the olive oils, and move on to a grilled Adriatic fish of your choice, tuna or scampi (though red-meat eaters won’t be disappointed either). Desserts include yummy Dalmatian almond cake and panna cotta with sour-cherry essence.