The area of North Dalmatia stretches from the Kvarner Riviera down to Split, Croatia’s largest coastal city. Sometimes overlooked as a holiday destination in favour of the more famous resorts and islands further along the coast, the North Dalmatian region has much to offer visitors.
The area contains the beautiful coastal town of Zadar, the fascinating Sibenik and the gorgeous Trogir, all of which which are lovely to base yourself in. Pag island is also in this part of Croatia – an island famous for its sheep’s cheese, lace making and for the party destination of Novalja! Finally, Krka National Park is a must when visiting Croatia!
For more information, see our North Dalmatia sections below:
- Getting to North Dalmatia
How to reach the area by plane, train, bus and ferry
With its wonderful Old Town, Zadar is a great place to visit! See our Two Days in Zadar guide to make the most of your time in this town.
- Biograd na moru
Home to one of the best marinas in Croatia, Biograd also has a good selection of beaches
Home to many of the popular summer festivals in Croatia!
A popular resort town close to Sibenik
One of the oldest Croatian towns on the Adriatic, Sibenik is famous for the Cathedral of St James which is a UNESCO World Heritage site; take a look at our special Sightseeing in Sibenik section as well
A popular holiday resort, well placed for a relaxing vacation whilst being close to the sights of nearby towns and cities
The whole of historic Trogir is also a UNESCO World Heritage site, which includes several impressive sights
- Paklenica National Park
One of Croatia’s fantastic National Parks, Paklenica has wonderful geological features and is popular with hikers and climbers
- Krka National Park
Another of Croatia’s most famous National Parks, this one rivals the Plitvice Lakes for its aquatic sights
- Events in North Dalmatia
Festivals and festivities in various towns in this part of Croatia
Additional information on North Dalmatia
For something a little different, pay a visit to the Nin Saltworks Museum to learn more about traditional sea salt production.