Nin Area beaches
is the oldest Croatian royal town and a cradle of the croatian
culture. Well preserved cultural monuments, especiallly
old-croatian chapel from 9th and 12th century are unique
in Croatia and in the broader Mediterranean area. It is
situated in the shallow lagoon just 18 km north of Zadar,
far from traffic and industrial zones. As the sea is shallow
and cut into the land, the temperature of the sea is 2-3
degrees higher than in the open sea, which creates higher
salinity and aerosol.
Nin is the destination of many tourists. Many also stay
in the near Holiday Village Zaton, which is full
with sport and entertainment including a large disco club,
and visit Nin for it's beaches and cultural monuments.
The whole area around Nin is an osais of shallow and long
sandy beaches. Beaches are located in a large, from winds
protected bay with a magnificent view on mountains. The
water is always clean and warm.
most known is Ninska laguna beach (Nin's Lagoon).
It is a long sandy beach ideal for families with children
and elderly people. Recently Ninska laguna has been put
on the top of the list of the most beautiful Dalmatian sandy
beaches by German auto club ADAC. The beach is also known
for areas with medicinal mud (peloid and liman).
of Nin, on the way from Petrcane, a lovely fishermen village,
to the island of Vir, there is a small settlement of Sabunike.
Near Sabunike, especially to the north, one can find many
sandy beaches that stretch for several kilometers. After
you enter Sabunike you have to take the road to the left
to reach sandy beaches which are mostly clothing optional.
One of the biggest villages of Zadar Riviera - Privlaka
is nearby. It also has some very pretty sandy beaches.
is a village situated on the peninsula, surrounded by the
Nin and Ljubac bays, north of Nin. There are beautiful sandy
and pebbly beaches in the circle of 3 km such as: sandy
beach Jasenovo, pebbly beach Duboka Draga, sandy beach (with
a small part of pebble) St. Jacob and many smaller ones.