We have headed South and found a town called Nin. The historical centre is located on an islet only 500 metres in diameter. We haven’t seen a sandy beach until now in Croatia and Nin has an abundance of them !! We even managed to catch the locals out kite surfing!
Nin has played a huge part in Croatian history so lots of tourists from all over come to visit the church of the Holy Cross which dates back to the 9th century and is also known as the ‘smallest cathedral in the world’.
There is a statue of Bishop Gregor Ninski in the town and apparently if you rub his big toe it brings you good luck. So we both rubbed it a few times !!!
The sunsets over the Adriatic was something but when we looked over the Mountains of North Velebit they had turned pink and were equally as stunning!