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Soak up some culture by the sea

Croatia is a land of contrasts with an impressive heritage. The north of the country shares many cultural similarities with Central Europe, whilst its coastline feels closer to the Mediterranean. It is a popular destination for holidaymakers looking for a holiday with a bit of variety. The Croatian Riviera boasts around 5,800 kilometres of beaches and coastline, including those of its 1,185 islands, which are surrounded by the blue waters of the Adriatic and offer a wide range of fun seaside activities. Explore Zagreb, the capital and cultural centre of the country, Dubrovnik, the "Pearl of the Adriatic", or Split, the commercial and cultural hub of central Dalmatia. Each of these cities has landscapes as fascinating as their history, and are just waiting to be discovered!



Untouched nature, deep blue seas and rich cultural heritage

The Zadar region is an explosion of colour, where the lush green of the pine forests gradually gives way to the dazzling white of the beaches and the intense blue of the sea. In this fascinating coastal city, you can discover the origins of Croatia's cultural identity and its historical and cultural heritage which dates back more than 3,000 years. It is surrounded by stunning fortifications, which are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and boasts magnificent monuments such as the Sea Organ and the Greeting to the Sun, as well as the Church of St. Donatus. It's also an excellent base for exploring the natural wonders of the surrounding area, including the Kornati Islands and the Paklenica and Sjeverni Velebit National Parks.

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Pag island




Pag is located on an island of the same name, around 40 kilometres north of Zadar. Its arid, rocky landscape is very different from that of the other Croatian islands, but just as breathtaking. Its beautiful beaches boast crystal-clear waters and the best conditions for diving and snorkelling. Some of them even occasionally turn into open-air clubs, attracting thousands of revellers! The island is a culturally rich UNESCO World Heritage Site, famous for its cheese and its lace-making traditions, with an impressive history concentrated within the walls of its medieval town. Distance from airport: 67 km.





This very popular seaside resort is located 12 kilometres from Zadar, along the canal at the entrance to the Bay of Petrcane. To the south-east of the village, you will find the ruins of the former church of St. Bartholomew that dates back to the 12th and 13th centuries. Its huge bell tower has been well preserved and was later used as a residence. Remains of wall paintings can also still be seen. Distance from the airport: 23 km.


Nine historic old town



Nin is the oldest royal town in Croatia and is located on an islet in a deep blue lagoon. For centuries, it was an important religious and economic centre thanks to its port. The town's medieval centre is a reminder of its eventful history, and is home to some incredible ruins, such as the Church of the Holy Cross, reputed to be the smallest church in the world, and the ruins of a monumental Roman temple. Today, Nin's cultural attractions still pull in many visitors, but so do its beautiful beaches surrounded by clear, shallow water. This seawater, which is rich in beneficial properties, has also made Nin a popular spa resort since the Roman times. Distance from airport: 26 km.





Zadar is the capital of the region of the same name in northern Dalmatia. The Church of St. Donatus, the symbol of the city, features typical Croatian architecture from the early Middle Ages. On the seafront promenade, you’ll find the Zadar Sea Organ, which is an unusual attraction to say the least. This unique instrument, created in 2005 by architect Nikola Basic, produces sounds according to the rhythm of the waves. It’s an atmospheric, meditative place that is not to be missed, especially at sunset. Distance from the airport: 12 km.




Biograd Na Moru

This town was once a royal city and is now a renowned seaside and nautical resort on Croatia's Adriatic Riviera. With its crystal-clear waters and several national parks nearby, it has something for everyone. The wooded islets in the Pasman Channel will delight those seeking peace and quiet, while water sports enthusiasts will be delighted by the two marinas with a number of piers. Distance from the airport: 26 km.

Sibenik historic old town





Šibenik is located around 80 kilometres north of Split. Its magnificent harbour and promenade are sheltered by a large bay and make an ideal starting point for a trip rich in discoveries. The medieval old town’s winding alleys lead up to a number of churches, monasteries and palaces. Šibenik also boasts numerous cultural attractions, such as museums, galleries and historic sites like St. Anne's Fortress, which overlooks the town. Distance from the airport: 75 km.

Must-do & Must-see - our suggestions


  • For those with an explorer's spirit, the Kornati archipelago, made up of 150 deserted islets with sparse vegetation, is the place to visit in Croatia. The transparent waters of its coastline are also the ideal spot to try your hand at diving. 
  • The Zrmanja river is the perfect place for thrill-seekers who want to try out water sports such as rafting and kayaking. This 69 kilometre-long river flows through a varied landscape of impressive rapids and waterfalls. Adrenalin guaranteed!
  • The coast of Zadar is home to a rich marine life, so if you take a boat trip to the calm waters of the Adriatic, you’re likely to spot some dolphins or whales.



  • The charming old town of Zadar is a must-see. Set on a peninsula and surrounded by fortifications, it boasts splendid architecture that is rooted in its rich past. 
  • The Greeting to the Sun is a work of art made up of a set of glass panels placed on the ground that represents the solar system. Together with the Sea Organ monument, it forms a breathtaking show after dark.
  • The Plitvice Lakes National Park will delight nature lovers. Considered one of the most beautiful natural parks in Europe, it is covered with lush forest vegetation and 16 lakes connected by gorgeous waterfalls. It's the ideal place to discover Croatia's incredible landscapes!


Excursions will allow you to discover your destination from all perspectives. LuxairTours offers a range of selected tours that will allow you to discover unmissable places, paradisiacal beaches, typical dishes... LuxairTours organises a range of quality excursions for you.

  • Zadar has been inhabited for over 3,000 years. Formerly known as Iader, it was founded by the Romans as a colony in the 1st century BC, but archaeological finds reveal that the first settlement in the region dates back to the Palaeolithic era. For several centuries, Zadar was the capital of Dalmatia. Its strategic location on the Adriatic Sea made Zadar a prized location for foreign conquerors. It has been ruled by Venetians, Austrians and Napoleons, all of whom have left their mark on the city's history, and traces of this multi-culturalism can also be found across its cuisine, language and traditions.

    The guided tour begins at the Sun Salutation, a modern art installation in the western part of the Old Town peninsula created by Nikola Bašić. It continues along the seafront promenade, where you can listen to the mystical sounds of another work by the same artist, the Sea Organ. The tour then takes you to the ancient Forum square, with its marble pillars and the Capitol dedicated to the Roman deities. The ninth-century church of Saint Donat sits on the square, echoing the legends of the bishop and the venerated Saint Anastasia. Right next door, you'll find the Romanesque cathedral of Saint Anastasia, the largest in Dalmatia, adorned with an 18th-century bell tower designed by Thomas Graham Jackson. You will also cross Kalelarga, Zadar's main street, and go up to the People's Square, where you can admire the neo-Renaissance town hall and the town guard. 


    The price of the tour includes: return transfer to the Old Town, guided tour of the city, admission to St. Donat's Church and a maraschino tasting.

    Duration of the tour: approximately 4 hours.

  • Embark on an unforgettable journey through the enchanting waters of the Adriatic Sea, between Zadar and the enchanting island of Ugljan. Countless islets are dotted along the canal, each telling its own story.
    After departing from Zadar, you will sail towards the charming village of Preko, where you can stroll along the picturesque harbour, enjoy a coffee in one of the seaside bars and soak up the coastal atmosphere. You can also take a swim here, or head to the nearby islet of Galevac, home to a 14th-century monastery and a plant-filled sanctuary. You will then sail to a hidden bay with crystal-clear waters, before returning to Zadar. During this time, your experienced skipper will teach you the basics of navigation, turning your adventure into an oppportunity to learn a bit about sailing!


    The price of the excursion includes: the services of a skipper, snorkelling and fishing equipment, insurance.
    Total duration of the excursion: approximately 4 hours.

  • The 69 kilometre-long Zrmanja river is a hidden gem in Northern Dalmatia. It starts at the foot of the Pljesevica mountain and flows into the Adriatic Sea in the bay of Novigradsko more. The Zrmanja is a karstic river with numerous waterfalls and powerful rapids upstream. After the Jankovica Buk waterfall, the water is brackish and inhabited by many unique aquatic species. The lower reaches of the river pass through the picturesque town of Obrovac, where Roman and medieval ruins bear witness to its rich history.


    Length of trip: 14.5 km 
    Duration of canoe trip: approx. 2.5 hours for experienced canoeists, 3-4 hours for less experienced canoeists. 
    Total duration of the trip: 5 to 8 hours
    The price of the excursion includes: return transfer, guide, canoe and equipment hire.
    Optional: transfer from Zadar area

  • Nestled in the enchanting region of Lika, Croatia's Plitvice Lakes, once known as "the devil's garden" as its beauty was so other-worldly that it scared people, resembles a paradise on earth. It is renowned as one of the most fascinating sites in the world, and is the country's oldest national park. Its 16 crystal-clear lakes, spectacular waterfalls and lush green forests captivate every visitor, earning it UNESCO World Heritage status... It's an idyllic setting for hikers, nature lovers and photographers. 
    This excursion will take you along the park's well-maintained paths while your guide explains the park's rich history, ecosystems and geology. The trip is also an opportunity to photograph exceptional landscapes, enjoy a peaceful boat trip and soak up the beauty of nature.


    Note: This full-day excursion is not suitable for people with reduced mobility or young children. Comfortable shoes and clothing are recommended.
    Total duration of the excursion: approximately 9 hours.
    The price of the excursion includes: transfer, the services of a guide, entry to the national park and a boat trip.

  • This tour promises not only an immersion in Croatian history and culture, but also the chance to discover Croatia's natural wonders. Enjoy warm local hospitality and the sheer beauty of the Krka and Šibenik National Parks!
    The Krka National Park, nestled in the picturesque county of Šibenik, is an impressive site where seven enchanting waterfalls flow through a patchwork of lush landscapes. The lower reaches of the Čikola River reveals a rich diversity of local biotopes, archaeological wonders and sacred architecture of the park, all set against a backdrop of extraordinary travertine rock formations. During this excursion, you will have the opportunity to see the Srkadinski buk waterfall, the small island of Visovac and the ruins of the former Roman military camp of Burnum, as well as the fascinating history of the Jaruga hydroelectric power station.
    Beyond the park lies Šibenik, which has been known as a famous holy city since the 11th century. If you stroll through its charming streets, you'll see a number of historic monuments that reflect the town's Dalmatian charm. Visit the UNESCO-listed St James's Cathedral, enjoy the beautiful seafront promenade or climb up to the St Michael's Fortress for a beautiful panoramic view... There's so much to discover!


    The price of the excursion includes: pick-up from and drop-off at the hotel, the services of a guide, entrance to the nature park, guided tour of the nature park, visit to Šibenik, insurance.

    Total duration of the excursion: approx. 9 hours.

  • This unforgettable trip will take you through the beautiful archipelago of Zadar to the Kornati Islands. If you leave Zadar early enough, at around 8am, you can enjoy the best views of the island's breathtaking scenery from a number of vantage points. You then cross the narrow strait of Mali Zdrelac under the bridge linking the islands of Ugljan and Pasman, while enjoying coffee, snacks and sandwiches. Next stop is Lojena, one of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic, nestled in a turquoise sand lagoon on the picturesque island of Levrnaka. With its white pebble-covered shoreline, soft sand and crystal-clear waters, Lojena is known as one of the most beautiful beach in Croatia.
    The excursion also includes an on-board lunch of fresh fish or meat (vegetarian options available), all served with breathtaking views. 
    After a day of swimming, snorkelling and sunbathing, you will return to Zadar feeling invigorated by the magic of the Kornati archipelago.


    The price of the excursion includes: snacks, sandwiches, lunch on board (drinks included), entrance to the national park, insurance.
    Total duration of the excursion: approximately 9 hours.

  • This sailing trip will take you to the south of the island of Dugi Otok, where the azure waters lap at the edge of the Telašćica nature park. The park's name comes from the Latin "Telagus", which is a reference to its three lakes. During the trip, you can relax on deck with a good book or soak up the sun while sailing through the sublime Mediterranean scenery. 
    Once you arrive in Telašćica, you'll have the chance to swim and snorkel in the crystal-clear Adriatic Sea. Telašćica is also a great place for a walk, and you can see archaeological remains that bear witness to an ancient settlement there. It is also a haven for the donkeys of the Croatian coast and is home to Lake Mir, which is linked to the sea by underground canals.
    On the way back, don't miss the impressive Stene, also known as the 'Devil's Cliffs', which rise 61 metres above sea level and stretch from Cape Mrzlovica to the slopes of Veli Vrh. 


    The price of the excursion includes: the services of a skipper, entry to the Telašćica nature park, equipment hire, insurance. 
    Optional: lunch in a local restaurant
    Total duration of the excursion: approximately 9 hours.

  • This is more than just your average cruise. This private excursion, which can be tailored to suit your preferences, will totally immerse you in the landscapes of the Zadar archipelago. You can choose your own itinerary through the breathtaking scenery of the Adriatic. Whether it's a trip north to the iconic Veli Rat lighthouse and the heavenly beach of Sakarun, or a journey south through the captivating Mali Ždrelac Passage to the turquoise bays of Levrnaka... you're the captain of this expedition! The itinerary also includes a swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Kornati Islands National Park. And on the return crossing to Zadar, you'll pass the impressive cliffs of the Telašćica nature park. 


    The price of the excursion includes: the services of a skipper, insurance, hotel pick-up and return (in the Zadar area).
    Total duration of the excursion: approximately 9 hours.

  • At the D-Marin Borik marina, your skipper will be waiting to take you on an unforgettable advenure. First, you will head to the enchanting island of Ugljan, where you'll stop off at a hidden cove with crystal-clear waters for a serene swim and snorkelling session, far from the hustle and bustle of crowded beaches. The island, nicknamed the Olive Island, is covered in lush greenery, pine forests and charming olive and fig groves. The tour continues to the picturesque village of Preko, where you can discover its unique charm and the ancient monastery of Galevac. Finally, on the way back to Zadar, you will make a short stop at Ošljak, Croatia's smallest inhabited island. Enjoy the thrill of the speedboat ride while soaking up the beauty of the landscape!


    The price of the excursion includes: the services of a skipper, insurance.
    Total duration of the excursion: approximately 4 hours.

For more information and bookings, please contact your LuxairTours guide on site.

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