The early Croatian royal town of Nin is a small town of Central Dalmatia, located some 16 km north of Zadar.
This is well connected by road and bus service every hour Zadar making it very easy to visit her.
The location is awesome, with a small island connected to the mainland by two bridges , at the bottom of a bay located at the tip of the peninsula Ravni Kothari .
Nin was already inhabited in prehistoric times and was an important center in the Illyrian age of iron. Later, in the Middle Ages it was capital of the medieval Croatian kingdom.
In 1328 it was handed to Venice until 1409.
The remains of Roman settlements are well preserved Pre-Romanesque and Romanesque churches and are delicious.
The archaeological museum contains valuable pieces .
Nin is an old Croatian city you can also feel the old Croatian culture
Its main beach is Playa de Nin 's Lagoon, or Laguna Beach Ninska , a place where a family atmosphere mud with healing properties. Nin also find the beach of Punta Skala, nudist.