Privlaka is a small fishing tourist town located between island Vir in the west and Croatian oldest royal town Nin in the northeast.

Privlaka is mentioned for the first time in 1296, and through history it was best remembered for its “sabunjari” , the people who manually dug out sand (sabun) from the sea bottom for many years during summer and winter. This sand was used to rebuild Zadar after terrible destruction in the WW2. Unfortunately, the tradition of “sabunjarstvo” is almost totally extinct.

Privlaka today is oriented more towards tourism so on the peninsula you can find many apartments, restaurants and cafes. Main touristic attractions are Sabunika beach (one of the most beautiful sand beaches in the county), healing black mud near camp Dalmatia and a large number of cultural monuments, preceded by St. Vid’s church, Sokolar Well and parish church of Nativity of Virgin Mary.

The easiest way to get to know Privlaka is by bicycle or boat.

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Thanks to extraordinary location, Privlaka is also an ideal starting point for visiting many historical locations, as well as close national parks.

City of Zadar

Zadar, a city more than 3 000 years old, will thrill you with its old city centre, but also with many modern installations such as the Sea Organ and Greeting to the Sun.

City of Nin

The oldest Croatian royal town has a unique charm and it offers an insight into the process of salt production via its extraordinary Museum of Salt.

NP Kornati

One of the most famous national parks in Croatia. Hundreds of islands, crystal blue sea, cliffs and rich history. You can reach the park only by sea.

NP Krka

Krka Waterfalls offer unforgettable scenery. A light walk through the park offers a different view of Dalmatia.

NP Paklenica

If you are a climbing aficionado, or if you just want to enjoy a spectacular view, Paklenica national park has a lot to offer.