Discover the best top things to do in Kozino, Croatia including Morske Orgulje (Sea Organ), Stone Bridge and the Old Gate, The Church of the Holy Cross, Archaeological Museum Zadar, Nin's Lagoon, Paseo Maritimo, Ninska Laguna Beach, St. Nicholas Church, Solana Nin - Salt Museum, Museum of Illusions.
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4.5 based on 4 reviews
The sea organ is truly amazing. We enjoyed the music which is actually by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath the large marble steps. We sat on the steps listening to the music while waiting for sunset. It is very relaxing to enjoy the sea and at the same time listening to the music.
A must visit if you are at Zadar.
4 based on 128 reviews
Nin is generally a small charming town with well-preserved sights. The stone bridge and old gate at the entrance to the city shows how it used to be in roman time. Take time and enjoy.
4 based on 148 reviews
This church is not just the one of the most important cratian buildings, but one of the most fascinating sun temples.
Crimoatia should invest and maje this church againg functional, decorated, protected from tourists and remove birds away.
There should be an entrance fee and sime mrketing efforts to promote the church, itssun effects, cratian mediaval state and the later history of Nin.
It is not adequate to bring all the TV material for a show to be produced there and to have spare material stored by the walls of this little wonder.
2 points aregiven forthe peoplecaribg about it, church itself deserves 10 stars!
4.5 based on 209 reviews
The displays are pretty static and require a lot of just standing and Reading descriptions. In many areas the lighting was nominal. And many of the objects were repetitive. Having said that, the history covered was extensive and gave insight into this amazing country and its varied past.
4 based on 115 reviews
Nin is a beautifull and easy going little town, that is perfect for an afternoon visit if you happen to be in the area. But it gets really great when there are strong winds (like Bora, witch is tipical for this part of Dalmatia) as you will find a picturesque backdrop of smiling Kite-ers. The lagoon here is perfect spot for them so it is really a nice wiew. Of course, it's even better to be one of them ;)
4.5 based on 312 reviews
Really lovely wide sea front boulevard which allows for a pleasant stroll day or night along the sea front. Some statues and places to swim are dotted along the Promenade and often buskers or market stalls line the walk.
4 based on 130 reviews
The pleasure of traveling is experiencing an unplanned happy moment. We did Zadar in the morning - checking out the port , waking all around the old city etc. after lunch we wanted something different and our apartment owner had previously encouraged us to go to Nin. Well worth it, an easy drive from Zadar, we drove to the end of the beach and parked along an embankment for free. We rented two chairs at the nearest bar and sat down to enjoy. One of croatia's blessings or curses depending on your point of view is that the water is very shallow that extends out for several hundred meters. Very cooling just not great for serious swimming.
There are Roman ruins nearby and a salt museum to visit if you want more excitement.
4 based on 93 reviews
The scene of the church up the hill was beautiful. If you are nearby, it worth a visit. It is very small church. You cannot go inside the church, but you can walk around it.
4 based on 81 reviews
At the Nin Saltworks the salt is not produced by the machines. It is not produced by the man either. The salt is produced by the sun, sea and wind. The salt from Nin is ecological, therapeutic and biodynamic because in its production, besides people, participates diverse wildlife, plenty of Beaches and healing mud.
Neat place to stop into. It was 35 kuna for a ticket into the museum (which was really small). There is a video they play, which is interesting to learn the history and process of salt collection in Nin. Then there are two other small rooms with some a few signs with information on them. And that's it. When we went there was a group booked so we couldn't get a tour with a guide. This was a bummer, maybe they should lower the price if you don't get a guide. Just a thought. The gift shop is incredible. I was able to get some great souvenirs for people - not just trinkets. Delicious salts & lovely smelling bath salts. I think you should try this place out if you're in the area - just make sure you go with a guide to make it a bit longer of a visit.
4.5 based on 204 reviews
The Museum of Illusion in Zadar brings you a space suitable both for social and entertaining tours into the world of illusions which has delighted all generations. It's a perfect place for new experiences and fun with friends and family and it's unique in this part of Europe. Not only is it a place for children who adore coming, but also a place for parents, couples, grandmothers and grandfathers.
A lovely little place. It should probably be called a gallery instead of a museum because of the size and the way it is laid out. Anyway it was fun and interesting. Customer service was average with nice lady on the desk. The actual Exhibitions...MoreThank you very much for visiting and leaving us a nice review :)
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