"Bonjour! Je suis Valentina, d'origine suisse qui suis venue habiter en Dalmatie, région de pierre blanche, où je suis tombée amoureuse et dont je suis tombé amoureuse ! Je suis enseignante de profession mais aussi guide touristique ce qui me permettera de vous..."Ask a question to Valentina M.
You already know Zadar or you would like to know it more widely, and not only its downtown. Call us !
We invite you to take a bike tour through various districts: Puntamika, Sfinga, Maraska, Arbanasi and of course the city center (we will go through the market, visit the city on request).
By visiting the cities, we usually only see the city centers, while in the neighborhoods there are also many stories, both in the past and in the past.
We will show you where the border between Yugoslavia and Italy was, namely that the city of Zadar was part of Italian territory during the Second World War but not its hinterland. We will pass in front of the largest sphinx in Europe, magnificent villas along the coast, villa Ida (1910), villa Tamino (1911), villa Žiška (1909). We will also go to the Maraska factory (where the maraschino, the liqueur à la merise) was produced. Then, we will pass through the inescapable market of Zadar. We will introduce the carob, the "smokvenjak", but also all the other food products that feed the families of Zadar (fruits, vegetables, fish).
After the market gardener, direction Arbanasi !!! In 1726, Archbishop Vice Zmajevi? Offered these lands to immigrants from Montenegro. This district wants to be a city in the city of Zadar. Today the Arbanasi still speak their language (a mixture of Albanian, Croatian and Italian).
The bike ride is very easy because the terrain is constantly flat, no level difference. You can take bicycles, rent them, or simply take them on service-free: see ZADAR NEXTBIKE SMART BIKE SYSTEM.
(prix négociable pour plus de 5 personnes)