Kožino is an old small village, about 7km from the City of Zadar. It has a very peaceful and quiet beachfront neighborhood with a lot of untouched nature. We are also very close to the old historic town of Nin. You have the option to go to the sandy, pebble, and stone beaches.
We are in an ideal location to visit Dalmatia, a lot of amazing national parks, historic monuments, churches, small towns, and still we are very close to all the modern-day stores, shopping centers, adventure parks, and additional activities.
Zadar is an ancient city, built in the center of the Croatian Adriatic, full of historical and cultural sights. Three thousand years old, a city with a long, turbulent and dynamic history, often demolished, looted, destroyed, each time from the ruins emerged stronger, more beautiful and richer.
Today, the city of Zadar is a preserved monument of different historical times and cultures, which set the boundaries and visible contours of its urban appearance, and as during the past centuries of turbulent history, it is still preserved by its four patron saints - St. Grisogone, Sv. Simon, St. Anastasia and St. Zoilo.
The Zadar archipelago consists of about 300 islands along the Zadar coast, part of the Adriatic Sea in Croatia. In the north, it borders with Kvarnerić, and in the south with the islands of central Dalmatia.
The largest and most inhabited islands of the archipelago are Dugi otok, Ugljan, and Pag, but most of the islands in the archipelago are uninhabited, so it is difficult to reach them. A part of the Kornati enters into the framework of the Zadar archipelago.
There are as many as five national parks in the wider Zadar area: Paklenica, Kornati, Plitvice Lakes, Krka, and Northern Velebit. Kornati National Park makes up most of the group of Kornati islands. The total area of the park is about 220 km2 and consists of 89 islands, islets and cliffs. Plitvice Lakes National Park is the largest, oldest, and most visited Croatian national park protected by UNESCO.
Krka National Park is known for its large number of lakes and waterfalls. The lakes and waterfalls are crystal clear and attract many visitors with their unique natural beauty. The park also houses the oldest hydroelectric power plant in Europe, and the second in the world - the Jaruga hydroelectric power plant.
Ravni kotari is a geographical area in Croatia located in northern Dalmatia. Administratively, it is located mostly in Zadar, and a smaller, southeastern part in Šibenik-Knin County. It is the most fertile part of the Dalmatian coast.
The oldest archaeological finds in this area date from the 5th millennium BC. Cr. from the time of the Danilo culture, and they were found at the Smilčić site, not far from Benkovac. The rural area of Zadar County is a historically rich area with a number of natural attractions and special features.