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In the heart of the stretch of the Croatian coast stands Zadar, a 3,000-year old town that is being surrounded by picturesque national parks, vast beaches, and marvelous islands. Croatians treat Zadar as their holiday destination especially during summertime, but visitors can also drop by and enjoy its beaches and historical attributes. Availing car hire at Zadar makes it easier for visitors to get around.
Zadar is famous for its beaches like Punta Bajlo, Vitrenajak, Diklo, and Borik. Its main beach is called Kolovare and visitors are also encouraged to visit the nearby islands by renting a boat. The centre of the town is marked by fragments of a Roman forum, particularly by its square. From there, visitors can head over by foot to other historical landmarks of Zadar.
The 9th century church of St. Donat is not to be missed with its pre-Romanesque structure that was originally erected to serve as the temple of Juno. Other religious sites include the Cathedral of St. Anastasia that dates back to the 12th to 13th centuries. There is also St. Mary's Church that stands opposite the St. Donat. More of the history of Zadar is told by the Archaeological Museum.
A relaxing day of strolling and outdoor activities can be enjoyed in any of the five national parks of Zadar like Plitvica Lakes, Northern Velebit, Krka Waterfalls, Kornati, and the Paklenika that can be visited by hiring a vehicle from a car rental facility. Visitors can enjoy a good selection of bars, clubs, and cafes together with local taverns that allow them to sample local favourites. Shopping is complemented by both modern malls and stalls in the streets.
Visitors can avail cheap car hire in Zadar so they can visit the neighbouring town of Nin, which is famous for the world's smallest cathedral, the 9th century Little Church of St. Kriz. Another worthy place to visit is the Biograd for its local museum that displays artefacts from a sunken ship. There is also the Plitvica National Park that boasts beautiful surroundings consisting of limestone lakes.