Simeon, Chrysogonus, Anastasia and Zoilus! They are not the latest pop band, but rather the four patron saints that protect the town of Zadar, founded more than 3000 years ago.During its long history Zadar was under many foreign rulers and all of them left their traces.Here you can enjoy a concert of the largest instrument in the world, the Sea organ.St. Donat church is European unique, placed on remains of Roman Forum.Discover one of the Adriatic's most interesting town, where the old fashion way of living and new modern life, coexist in perfect harmony.Experience the breathtaking beauty of Krka River National Park, located in Karst Sibenik region. The interaction of water and limestone leads to the formation of travertine barriers resulting 17 cascades.Skradinski Buk Waterfall, with 17 natural cascades, is one of Europe's most beautiful waterfall.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Krka National ParkZadar's incredible Sea Organ , designed by local architect Nikola Bašić, is unique. Set within the perforated stone stairs that descend into the sea is a system of pipes and whistles that exudes wistful sighs when the movement of the sea pushes air through it. The effect is hypnotic, the mellifluous tones increasing in volume when a boat or ferry passes by.Krka National Park encompasses the area along the course of the Krka River, which flows through a deep and picturesque canyon for over 75 km and creates waterfalls. Skradinski buk is the longest and most visited waterfall on the Krka River, and one of the best known natural beauties in Croatia. Here spills Krka over the 17 cascades which are formed by travertine barriers. Visiting last waterfall on a river, you will walk in the woods, along the river with a dozens cascading waterfall.That's "water GAUDI".Duration: 2 hours