HI Hostel Zadar is located by the sea, some 20-minute walk from the center, in Borik Tourist Zone.
The hostel is among the biggest hostels in the area. HI Hostel Zadar has a restaurant and cafe with outdoor terrace, a multifunctional hall for seminars, meetings and workshops, luggage room, free WiFi, sports ground, laundry room and parking.
Its huge accommodation capacity and a medium-sized seminar conference room that can accommodate up to 70 people makes it ideal for various types of groups, sports clubs and schools. HI Hostel Zadar is adapted for disabled people.
Types of rooms: double, triple, quadruple, five-bedded, six-bedded and eight-bedded with a private or shared bathroom.
If you’re arriving by bus, take a bus number 5 from the main bus station to reach the hostel. The bus station is less than 50 m away from the hostel.
- Location by the sea
- Restaurant / bar
- TV room
- Sports field
- Meeting room
- free WiFi
- free parking for guests
- Bike rentals
- Front desk open from 7am to 11pm
Although the hostel does not have a 24-hour reception, if you announce the arrival time on time, you will be able to enter the hostel.
– The hostel is open all year round –
About the destination:
The Greeting to the Sun and Sea Organ have put Zadar on a map of must-see places in Croatia, adding a modern notary to the 3000-year-old city.
The Greeting to the Sun is the monument dedicated to the Sun. It consists of 300 multi-layered glass plates, with the photo-voltage solar modules underneath which create magic once the sun sets down.
Nearby you can find the Sea organ, an architectural experimental musical instrument which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps. It’s one of the places where the residents and tourists come to relax during sunny days.
Zadar has continuously existed as a settlement since the pre-ancient times and for centuries it was the capital of Dalmatia. Today it is the fifth largest city in Croatia offering a pleasant life for locals as well as for tourists.
The city’s main street is Kalelarga, where you’ll find numerous shops.
From Zadar, visit national parks Plitvice Lakes, Paklenica, Kornati islands and Krka waterfalls.
Make it possible in your schedule to visit Galešnjak – an island in the shape of the heart, but also the birthplace of the greatest Croatian-born scientist Nikola Tesla.
Summer events such as the Zadar Marathon, the international festival of contemporary theatre Zadar snova and the nearby music festivals in Tisno and Obonjan, have turned Zadar into a desirable destination for young people in the last decade.
HI Hostel Zadar