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Zadar for Holiday Yacht Charter

This Mediterranean city is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Croatia. It is known as the entertainment center of the Adriatic. The town was also named “Best European Destination” by a Belgian website when 288,000 people voted online.



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Adria Vektor 1002

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Antares 10.80

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Atlantic 37

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Bali 4.0

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Bavaria 34 Cruiser

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Bavaria 37 Cruiser

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Bavaria 37 Cruiser

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Bavaria 39 Cruiser

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Bavaria 44

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Bavaria 44

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Bavaria 44

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Bavaria 46 Cruiser

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Bavaria 50

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Bavaria 50 Cruiser

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Bavaria Cruiser 36

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Bavaria Cruiser 37

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Bavaria Cruiser 37

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Bavaria Cruiser 37

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Bavaria Cruiser 40

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Bavaria Cruiser 41

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Bavaria Cruiser 46

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Bavaria Cruiser 46

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DAMOR 900

Zadar

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Dufour 450

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Dufour 460 5 CBS

Zadar

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Dufour 560

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Elan 40 impression

Zadar

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Elan 40 impression

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Elan 50 Impression

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Helia 44

Zadar

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Lagoon 450

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Lagoon 52

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Lipari 41

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Oceanis 40

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Oceanis 41

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Oceanis 41.1

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Oceanis 46.1

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Oceanis 46.1

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Oceanis 51.1

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Oceanis Clipper 39.3

Zadar

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Quicksilver 750 Weekend

Zadar

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SUN LOFT 47

Zadar

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Sun Odyssey 39i

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A rich undersea world awaits you between Zadar and the Mediterranean island of Uglijan. From Zadar marina, there are plenty of opportunities for swimming and snorkelling in the charming bay as you cruise around the unique Mediterranean islets, each with their own personality.

History

This is the oldest inhabited city in Croatia. It sits on the Mediterranean  Adriatic coast, in the northwest part of Ravni Kotari. This is the primary city in Zadar County in the Dalmatian region. In 2011, the population was 75,082.

Humans in the region trace back as far as the late Stone Age. Numerous settlements date from as early as the Neolithic Age. The city itself began development back in the 9th-century BC as a settlement of the Illyrian tribe of Liburnians.

Roman rule

During Roman rule, Zadar acquired the characteristics of a traditional city with a Roman road network. The Romans also built a public square and an elevated temple.

After the fall of Rome in 476 AD, the city became the capital of the Byzantine theme (province) of Dalmatia. During the 9th-century, the city fell under the Frankish rule for a short time but returned to the Byzantine Pax Nicephori in 812 AD. The first Croatian dynasty took control over the city sometime during the 10th-century.

Republic of Venice

The Republic of Venice conquered Zadar in 1202. Croats regained control over the city in 1358. In 1409, King Ladislaus I sold Zadar to the Venetians. The Turks then conquered the region at the beginning of the 16th-century, and the town became an important Mediterranean stronghold for Venetian trade. During this time, many famous Croatian writers such as Brne Krnarutić, Petar Zoranić, Šime Budinić, and Juraj Baraković wrote texts in the Croatian language.

After the fall of Venice in 1797, the area came under Austrian rule until 1918. During the 19th-century, Zadar was a centre for the Croatian movement of cultural and national revival.

Modern Day

With the 1920 Treaty of Rapallo, the city passed to the Kingdom of Italy. The Allies heavily bombed the area during World War II, and ethnic Italians evacuated the town. Eventually, Yugoslav Partisans liberated the region to become part of Yugoslavia.

Today, Zadar is the historical centre of Dalmatia, and it is the County’s principal, cultural, commercial, political, educational, and industrial centre. The city is also the seat of a Roman Catholic Archdiocese because of its rich heritage.

 

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