The beaches of Nin are one of its trademarks and an impressive scene remembered by all those who have been there. It is not surprising that many rate them as among the most beautiful in Croatia because of their spectacular mountain views.
Nin's beaches total a staggering 8,000 meters in length. The longest and most famous among them is a three-kilometer long stretch of sand to which a folk law tale is connected. Tradition has it that the wife of the first Croatian king, Tomislav, was especially attracted by its beauty. The Royal Family, whenever they officially came to Nin would visit this beach to enjoy a few rare and relaxing moments. Hence the name Queen's Beach because of its extremely long shallow beach and beauty, families with small children even today take delight in it's safe and fun environment.
What is interesting to us at the hostels is that you should pass over a ten metre long shallow stretch of water in order to reach it. In this vicinity there is the largest known location of medicinal sulfur mud in Croatia.
We recommend taking the bus from the main station, its very cheap for a return ticket back to Zadar, spend the day in this little town and check out the beach. Rub the mud in and let this dry on your body, wash it off in the sea, it's so good for your skin!
For more information please ask at reception or visit this website: https://www.nin.hr