Nin’s historical center is located on an islet only 500 meters in diameter. Nin is situated in a lagoon, surrounded by natural sandy beaches and linked with the mainland by two stone bridges from the 16th century.
According to historians the area of Nin appears to have been settled 10,000 years ago. The present-day town on the islet developed 3,000 years ago and is one of the older towns on the eastern Adriatic.
Nin was the first Croatian royal town, with its period of glory being from the 7th to the 13th centuries. In the 9th century Nin became the seat of the first Croatian bishop. Bishops from Nin played a great role in the country’s religious, a cultural and a political sense.
Nin is relaxing place to unwind and enjoy the history. There’s a lot to do in and around the bay at Nin. Medical Mud Treatments, Salt Flats and great restaurants.