Salt - More Important than Gold

Visit to the salt pan in Nin and tour of the Museum of salt; visit to Pag, the island of salt, lace and cheese; tour of Zadar and visit to the Museum of Antique Glass, a cultural institution that is one-of-a-kind in Croatia and the world.

Salt is often referred to as white gold, thus it is not unusual that it was often used as a method of payment. The traditional way of making salt in a naturally and ecologically friendly way is through the use of solar and wind power. Seawater is evaporated in spacious evaporation ponds, upon which the salt is purified and stored. This tradition is still cultivated in Pag and Nin. The clean environment, specific climate with many sunshine hours and favourable winds, together with an exceptional geographical position, provide for supreme worldclass quality. If you want to experience the traditional way of manufacturing salt, or if you’re interested in souvenirs made from salt or would like to try ˝harvesting˝ salt, come with us to Nin and Pag, where the tradition of saltmaking has been present since ancient times. You will witness how the flora and fauna can live in a symbiosis with man, and you will also be able to find out why the salt flower is the flower of health.

Packages can be organised for a length between three and five days. The programme outline for a five-day package encompasses: Day 1: arrival; Day 2: tour of Nin and the Museum of Salt Commerce; Day 3: tour of Pag, the salt pan and the Museum of Salt; Day 4: tour of Zadar; Day 5: departure. The package can be during the entire year for a minimum of two persons. Accommodation in 3-star, 4-star and 5-star hotels and 3- or 4-star private accommodation is available, while transport with our own vans (VIP transport also available) is offered. Expert-guided tours can be organised in Croatian or English, or in other languages upon request. All the information provided above represents a nonbinding draft version, so feel free to contact us regarding the creation of a final offer.

Photography: B.Kačan; M.Dejanović; M.Radolović

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