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Sicily ZADAR, CROATIA Must see tourist attractions


• Old City - St. Donat, St. Anastasia’s Cathedral, Roman forum, The Sea Gate


• The Plitvice Lakes National Park • Krka Waterfalls National Park • Kornati National Park and Telascica • Ancient City of Nin


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 375mtr Width: no limit Draught: 7-12mtr


Anchorage Available: yes Ship tenders allowed: yes - City port Tugs available: yes Tidal movement/range: +/-0.5mtr


Zadar is situated in the central part of the Croatian coast, an indented coastal belt which has about 200 islands and islets forming the Zadar archipelago. The city is surrounded by five national parks and three nature parks, among which the Lakes of Plitvice are on UNESCO's list of World Natural Inheritance, while the Velebit Mountains have been proclaimed by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve. ZADAR PORT is located on two locations, Old City port and new cruise and ferry terminals in Gazenica port. New Gazenica port is located just 3km away from Old City port and has 7 berths for local and 5 berths for international traffic. The biggest berth is 375mtr long with 13mtr draught; new port is able to accept the biggest cruise ships in the world. Easy access to the city centre is available with local lins and transfers. Old City port is located in the heart of the city providing direct access to shopping, sightseeing and other places of interest. Downtown Zadar is centered around the Roman Forum, within the old preserved city walls full of Old Croatian sacred monuments. It is a real pleasure to walk in the medieval area of Varos and Calle Larga, and have coffee in one of Zadar’s numerous coffee shops. For those who are romantic we advise walking


Quays Total number of quays: 5 Total length of quays: 180-375mtr Quay depth: 7-13mtr


Distances/Transportation City centre: Old city port in city centre, New port 3km Airport: 5km Free shuttle service to city: taxis and buses, not free


Mailing Address Port of Zadar Authority Gazenicka cesta 28a 23000 Zadar Croatia


Wwww.port-authority-zadar.hr Other Contact


Djoni Stambuk Assistant to General Manager


E dstambuk@port-authority-zadar.hr P +385 23 201 202 F +385 23 201 212


80 Main Contact


Robert Skific General Manager


E rskific@port-authority-zadar.hr P +385 23 201 206 F +385 23 201 212


down the quay at dusk, where is the best view of what Alfred Hitchcock referred to as ‘the most beautiful sunset in the world’. Often compared with Dubrovnik and Venice, Zadar is irresistable for those who respect and admire historical monuments and cultural heritage. Hundreds of tumultuous years of history have left their numerous legacies, today’s valuable heritage of Zadar and its surrounding. Zadar is a city monument, surrounded by historical ramparts, but two modern tourist attractions do stand out. Greeting to the Sun - which symbolises the Sun while the solar panels absorb solar energy in daytime, transforming into unsual light effects during the night, and the first Sea Organ in the world, - simple and elegant white stone steps built on the quayside that house tuned tubes through which the sea’s motion produce sounds and which was declared winner of the IV European Prize for Urban Public Space in 2006. The City of Zadar has been awarded ‘Best European Destination 2016’ by www.europeanbestdestinations.com and in 2017 Zadar’s city walls were listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.


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Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 137,800 Total cruise calls 2017: 111 Total cruise lines 2017: 26 Turnaround port? yes


PORT FACTS


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