Category: Zadar County

Transportation, Roads and the Environment

Many roads pass through the Zadar County, of which 570 km are state roads, 505 km are regional roads, and 588 km of local roads. The County is in the process of having its road network improved by a construction project led by...

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Tourism

The costal region of the Zadar County is characterised by the beauty of the cities of Zadar, Biograd, Nin and Pag which have a capacity of 90 000 beds, of which about 12 000 are in hotels, 50 000 in apartments and private...

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Agriculture and Fishing

The most important agricultural area in the County is Ravni Kotari along with its coast. According to the agricultural census in 2003, of the total arable land 21.6% is taken up by plough-land and gardens, 16.3% by meadows,...

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Macroeconomic Trends

In 2003, the County’s total revenue was 8.8 billion HRK. This same year saw an increase in registered revenues of 19%, which classifies the economic growth of this County positive and successful. In general, the very foundations...

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Territory and Demographic Trends

The Zadar County occupies an area of 7854 square kilometres. Of this, the land area is 3642 square kilometres or 6.4% of the total territory of Croatia, the sea makes up 3632 square kilometres and the islands make up 580 square...

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