Distance from Sunčana Villa: 11 km
Zadar is nicknamed “small Rome” thanks to numerous churches. Old town has been demolished and rebuild like so many times that it seems incredible that ancient street arrangements and sights and monuments are still preserved.
Top historical attractions in Zadar:
- Renaissance Loggia,
- City Guard Building from 1562 expanded with a Clock Tower in the 19th century,
- Landward Gate,
- Five Wells Square,
- Cathedral of St. Anastasia from the turn of the 12th and 13th century,
- Archaeological Museum,
- Church of St. Donatus from the 9th century,
- Roman Forum,
- Early Renaissance Church of St. Lawrence from the 11th century.
Two architectural updates in Zadar are the magnificent Sea Organ and Sun Salutation at the city’s waterfront.
- The Sea Organ is incorporated in the waterfront and its repertoire depends on waves and The melody is produced by the sea pushing the air through 35 vertically installed tubes and slants.
- Sun Salutation has solar modules in the panels that absorb the sunlight programmed to display light effects at night.