Novigrad is a picturesque small village, 32 kilometers away northeast from popular Zadar. It is becoming more and more attractive these days as a tourist destination, due to it’s natural position and charming sights of it’s landscape. The history first mentioned it in 13. century and the remains of fortification on the hill upon Novigrad belongs to that faraway time. The landscape surrounding village gives us two long narrow sea passages, Novsko and Karinsko ždrilo, along with the two bays with brackish water because of the vicinity of mouth of the river Zrmanja and other smaller confluences. Vicinity of Zrmanja is a blessing for Novigrad in many ways; brackish water favor spawn, so Novigrad’s sea is fertile with fish and shells. River Zrmanja is one of the Dalmatian karsts beauties with attractive canyon, favorite for the ones enjoying canoeing, kayaking or rafting excursions. With the mild and healthy Mediterranean climate, Novigrad has Mediterranean type of architecture, with stone houses tracking the sea shore. Many of those hide pretty and cozy apartments with unique view on Novigrad’s canals. The best way to know some region is to stay in an apartment allowing kind hosts to show their way of living. And Novigrad has about 2300 inhabitants, famous in Croatia as a fishermen. It seems that their nets are always full and their tables delightful and irresistible. So, let them to cheer your palate with the healthy and tasty Dalmatian cuisine and vines and relax your body and senses with easy warm summer home hospitality.