Nin is a picturesque town dripping with historical significance. With its charming cobbled streets and ancient ruins, Nin provides an intimate glimpse into Croatia's vibrant past, all set against the backdrop of the mesmerizing Adriatic Sea. Read more

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Visit Nin in 2024

Nin, located on a small islet, is often recognized as one of Croatia's oldest towns. Once a powerful and influential center, Nin's storied history spans millennia, from pre-Roman settlements to its pivotal role as a religious, cultural, and political hub of early medieval Croatia. The town's architecture is a harmonious blend of ancient, medieval, and modern influences.
One of Nin's most recognizable landmarks is the Church of the Holy Cross, often dubbed the "smallest cathedral in the world." The town is also known for its ancient Roman ruins, including temples, forums, and portions of old walls. Nin's saltworks, operational since Roman times, continue to produce sea salt using traditional methods, making it one of the most extended continually operated saltworks in the world. The town's rich history, combined with its pristine beaches and vibrant local culture, makes it an unmissable Croatian destination.
Venturing into Nin is like stepping into a time capsule, where every corner echoes tales of yesteryears while still pulsating with the vibrant rhythm of modern life.

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What to do in Nin

Church of the Holy Cross

An iconic 9th-century church, often called the "smallest cathedral in the world," offers unique pre-Romanesque architecture.

Nin's Saltworks

Witness traditional salt production methods at one of the oldest saltworks in Europe, with its roots tracing back to Roman times.

Nin Lagoon

A pristine natural habitat teeming with birdlife and offering a serene spot for relaxation.

Museum of Nin Antiquities

Explore the town's rich history through a vast collection of artifacts, from Roman to medieval times.

Statue of Bishop Gregory of Nin

An impressive bronze statue, a popular spot for photos and a symbol of the town's historical importance.

Queen's Beach

Famous for its therapeutic mud, this beach attracts visitors looking for both relaxation and health benefits.

Lower Gate

Part of Nin's ancient defense system, this gate showcases the town's medieval architectural prowess.

Nin's Roman Temple

Ruins of a 1st-century temple, offering insights into the town's ancient Roman past.

Kiteboarding Center

For the adventurous, this center offers kiteboarding lessons in the idyllic waters around Nin.

Church of St. Ambrose

A charming 13th-century church with intricate carvings and significant historical value.

What else to visit
In and around Nin

Zadar (14.15 km)

Zadar, a coastal town with a rich history on Croatia's Dalmatian coast, offers a fascinating mix of Roman architecture and contemporary art. This city breathes history while pulsating with modern life.

Novalja (38 km)

Novalja, a lively resort on the Croatian island of Pag, is known for its dynamic atmosphere, beautiful beaches and energetic nightlife. It is a popular destination among young people looking for sun, sea and fun.

Plitvice Lakes National Park (76.15 km)

The Plitvice Lakes are an incredible natural wonder of Croatia, with sixteen azure and turquoise lakes connected by captivating waterfalls. This national park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, will enchant you with its beautiful landscape.

Šibenik (78.98 km)

Step into a world of time-honored history and stunning beauty in Šibenik, a gem on the Adriatic Sea. Known for its captivating fortresses and Gothic-Renaissance cathedral, Šibenik is a perfect destination for history aficionados and seaside lovers alike

Šibenik (80.06 km)

Šibenik is a historic city in Croatia, located in central Dalmatia, where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic Sea. Šibenik is a political, educational, transport, industrial and tourist center of Šibenik-Knin County.

Bihac (83.73 km)

Bihać is a captivating Bosnian gem known for its untouched natural beauty, cascading waterfalls, and rich history. A harmonious blend of serene landscapes and cultural treasures, Bihać is an oasis for nature lovers and history enthusiasts alike.

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