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International Climbers Meeting is a unique climbing competition which takes place in Paklenica National Park. If you don´t want to miss this great event, grab your place in one of the private apartments or hotels in the vicinity at super low prices that Uniline has prepared for you.

Due to its unique natural features, magnificent forests and extraordinary geomorphologic structures, the area of Velika and Mala Paklenica was proclaimed a national park in 1949. The main reason for proclaiming this area a national park was the protection of the largest and best preserved forest complex in the territory of Dalmatia, which was threatened by overexploitation.The Paklenica National Park stretches on the area of 95 km2, on the littoral slope of South Velebit. The relatively small area has an abundance of geomorphological phenomena and forms, diverse flora and fauna, attractive landscapes and intact nature.

Paklenica National Park has long been known as a paradise for climbers and hikers. Karst terrain, varied landscape and over 150 kilometers of marked trails rank this park among the most attractive areas for fans of running.
At the beginning of May each year National Park Paklenica becomes the place of traditional climbers and hikers meeting. More than 6,000 climbers and hikers from all over Europe visit Paklenica during the event.


The competition programme includes:

• Millet Rise Up Speed Climbing – unique competition in big rocks speed climbing in male and female category;
• Climbing marathon „Paklenica – from dawn to dusk“ – three categories: male, female and mixed;
• Kids’ Speed – speed climbing competition for children up to 14 years;
• Paklenica Film Festival – screenings of short amateur films with the theme of climbing.

More about climbing competition on www.np-paklenica.hr/en/

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Zadar region

Zadar region

The Zadar tourist region occupies the centre of the Adriatic with six towns – Zadar, Nin, Biograd na Moru Pag, Benkovac and Obrovac, 28 municipalities and hundreds of localities, so as islands, islets and rocks of which 17 are inhabited.

It is a region of pleasant Mediterranean climate, larger sea than land surface, natural wealth and variety.
The cultural and historical heritage and monuments of the thousands of years of existence are enriched by the variety and uniqueness of tradition and the way of living.

A city that according to the words of the Byzantine emperor and travel writer Constantine Porfirogenet is older than Rome, nowadays is one of the stronger tourist centres in Croatia. Every year Zadar is visited by hundreds of thousands tourists among which many famous people from the world of business, politics, film and entertainment.

It is also known as a city of various events that make it one of the most interesting and attractive cities to visit. Its creative genius is demonstrated by the modern world known works such as the Sea Organ and Greeting-to-Sun installation.

Centuries old tumultuous history, destruction and reconstruction have all left scars but also many written documents which are today a valuable cultural heritage of the city.

The historical periods have left preserved churches and cultural monuments with visible art from all styles of architecture dating from the Roman period and the middle Ages to modern architecture. There are about 70 of these in the old nucleus while the remaining ones can be found in the surroundings making up more than 600 cultural monuments.

Culture and History

10 000 years of visible remains of human dwellings in this region of those before the written word until the written in old Greek itineraries and maritime maps. History is visible even today, from Cesar and the Roman Empire, birthplace of the medieval Croatian state in Nin, to Zadar as the capital of Dalmatia from the 7th century to the 1st World War. Byzantine Empire, the Carolinians, Austrian empire, Venetians, Turks, Napoleon have been engraved and built into churches, ramparts and palaces and create a treasury of cultural and historical monuments lasting through time.

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