North Dalmatia is located between Pag and Primosten, and thanks to the many natural sites it has very developed tourism. It offers wide variety of natural beauty which attract tourists from foreign countries who enjoy the crystal clear sea, quality accommodation and a beautiful small islands. Some of the cities that make up the northern Dalmatia are Zadar, Pula, Primosten, Sibenik, Biograd na moru, Novalja and Sv. Filip i Jakov. It can be said that the north Dalmatian coast is indented, and that it contains about 500 small islands, which are divided into two groups: Zadar and Sibenik. Let us mention the most famous islands of the area. These are: Pag, Ugljan, Murter, Vir, Pasman, Zlarin, Molat and others. Particular emphasis is placed and the Kornati National Park and Nature Park on Dugi otok. This part of Dalmatia is proud of the many beauties of which we should mention three national parks, Kornati, Krka and Paklenica and the nature parks Telešćica and Lake Vrana. Kornati National Park are an oasis of beauty landscapes and nautical tourism, a perfect example of the challenges for diving enthusiasts. Krka contains many waterfalls and greenery and during the summer months it receives a large number of tourists. Tourists often visit the two cultural and historic monuments in the park, and let us mention also Skradin wolves. For many lovers of mountaineering and exploration of caves in North Dalmatia there is an attractive national park Paklenica, which is rich in underground beauty. Particularly noteworthy is the city of Zadar, which attracts tourists thanks to its rich and turbulent history. It was first mentioned in the 4th century BC. It is believed that the city is 3000 years old, and it is full of cultural heritage that attracts many tourists. With its rich cuisine and a rich accommodation offer every tourist will certainly find something to their liking. Many restaurants and taverns are offering genuine Dalmatian specialities and atmosphere with traditional dishes and drinks, and entertainment until the early morning hours.