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Nin - oldest Croatian royal town
Nin is a 3000 years old town situated on an heart-shaped island in the middle of a lagoon. You can enter the town only across two 16th century bridges. Croatians arrived at this urban location in 7th century, and it became Seat of Croatian Bishop in 9th century. It was a free royal city since 1244, then conquered by Venetians in 15th century and destroyed by them in 17th. There are still remains of one of the greatest Roman temple on the East Adriatic coast. The heavenly patrons of Nin are St Anselm and St Marcela (Biblical persons) and St Ambrose. The Duke Višeslav Baptistery, one of the most famous symbols of Croatian history, was used in year 800 to baptize pagan Croatians. Furthermore, the Church of Cross (so called World's Smallest Cathedral), used for religious purposes, but also as a clock and calendar, it is of great religious, historical and cultural worth, as it resisted all wars and destruction. Many other historical and modern jewels are hidden around every corner of this once urban giant, now a peaceful flower of Croatia.
Pag Island - prepare to be amazed
As a second part of the excursion, Pag will amaze all of your senses. Dalmatian wine and famous Pag cheese will excite your taste buds, while the island of Pag will take you into blend of traditional life, historical sights and modern fun.
Excursion by Romeo&Juliet
Our driver will pick you up at your location and, accompanied with a Private guide, will lead you to experience intimately Nin and Pag.
You can BOOK your excursion through our online booking system or please contact us if you need more information or some different arrangements.
Pag is famous for the Pag lace, the lace-makers nurtured this tradition through centuries and each lace is an unique item.
The salt plant
On the island of Pag you can still see salt being produced by draining of the small clay pools inside which sea water is introduced.
The town Nin is considered to be one of the oldest cities in Croatia.
Nin used to be a Bishops city, with more than 60 known bishops.