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Luka Olib Marina, Zadar, Croatia

Luka Olib Marina or Port of Olib is located in the city of Sveta Stošija, on the Olib Island. It is situated about 185 km away from Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, in Zadar County. The distance between this marina and the city is of only 1 km, and it offers access to the offshore islands like Premuda, Silba, Ist and Molat. In the immediate vicinity of this marina, there are a few restaurants that offer traditional, Croatian meals. The largest bay on this island is Olib located in the western part of the Island, dating back to Roman times. In the cove of Banve there are remnants of a settlement dating from Roman times. Parish Church Assumption of Mary and Tower ‘ Kastel’, dating back from 17th century and the ruins of Sv. Paval Church, abandoned in 13th century, are among the most important points of interest on this island. Olib island is renowned for its local wine, olive oil and cheese. Those who are interested in visiting Zadar or Rijeka can travel by ferry or by boat.

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Attractions in Zadar

A conglomerate of islands and a beautiful coastal region of Croatia. Zadar is a fantastic province situated between the two major areas of Croatia: Dalmatia and Lika.. This area is the ideal holiday destination for those who enjoy nature and also want to learn more about Croatian history and culture.

With more than one-third of Zadar consisting of coastline, it is also known as the county of beaches. If you’re a nautical sports enthusiast, then this is the perfect place to visit. The shores of the Adriatic Sea make the ideal starting point for your adventure. Experience kitesurfing, windsurfing, snorkelling or diving in the deep waters of this superb sea.

Paklenica National Park is worth visiting while in Croatia, especially for its unique wildlife and flora. The park serves as a nature reserve for Croatia’s indigenous animals and countless plant species and is open for visitation all year round. Take your family to admire the Asiatic jackal... more info