Privlaka is a small peninsula situated in the sandy part of northern Dalmatia, connecting to the royal town of Nin to the northeast.
On the southwestern part it is in the vicinity of Zadar, the city that shares its history and culture.
It is 18 kilometers away from Zadar. It is known for its medditeranean climate.
This fishing settlement still cherishes the old fishmongering cultural ways. Hard working people will proudly offer you wine, dried figs, fresh fish, clams…
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Kornati are around 50 kilometers away from Apartments Laura. This is one of the reasons why it´s a good choice to spend your summer here. Continue reading Kornati
Plitvice lakes were declared a national park in 1949. It´s the biggest, oldest and most popular Croatian national park.
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Krka is around 72,5 km and is the 22nd longest river in Croatia. It springs beneath the mountain of Dinara, 3,5 km northeast of Knin.
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Velebit or the Velebit massif is the broadest and fourth highest mountain in Croatia. It belongs to the Dinara mountain range.
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National park Paklenica is the pearl of the Paklenica Riviera and with its magnificient canyons and forest it is definitely one of the most astounding reaches of the Velebit massif.
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During the 60´s, Croatia was the set for the legendary adventures of the Indian chieftain Winnetou, based on the novels by Karl May.
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Croatia is a land rich with hunting tradition, attractive hunting spots and diverse wildlife. One of the rare places in Europe where you can find bears, wolves and lynxes in the same surrounding.
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