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We first went to the information building in Nin (near the bridge and statue of Branomir). The ladies were helpful in giving directions, a map and brochure about the mud. We went on a warm Friday in September. None of the facilities were operating but...More
Generally Croatia is not a beach holiday destination, particularly in the Zadar region. Nin is good as it is easy to find, has lots of facilities, and is extremely safe for kids. It is essentially a sandbar. To one side it resembles a lagoon. The...More
We enjoyed a long afternoon at the beach in Nin and it was actually less crowded than we expected. The only thing we didn’t think about was that we needed some shadow so we had to buy an umbrella. Something to keep in mind. Overall,...More
One of the few sandy beaches in Croatia. Perfect place for young families, lots of shallow water both front and behind the beach (the beach is kinda like a small sand bar) - with crabbing for the kids. Parasols and sun loungers available for rent...More
A really sand beach in Croatia, but dirty water. You can profit from (medical) mud also. A very low level of water, only 50cm. If you like off shore walking tour, it's for you and also available for children under 6 years. Fee for parking...More