Apart from the famous cultural and historical heritage, the town of Nin - the oldest Croatian royal town, EDEN destination, is rich in natural resources, among which stand out long natural sandy beaches.
Prodorica and Bilotinjak beaches are equally attractive, and the only beach with a blue flag in the area of the City of Nin is in the Zaton camp. Connected by a canal to the Queen's Beach, also enchanting, Ždrijac beach is known for its organized schools for windsurfing and kitesurfing. The Nin beaches together are 8 km long, and in the entire surroundings of the Nin Riviera as much as 30 km.
Today and tomorrow on all Nin beaches is held the 6th Sand Festival, a competition in making sand sculptures, organized by the Tourist Board of the city of Nin. The festival is organized for guests of the city of Nin who regularly visit the beaches of Nin. Every year, the festival magically attracts a large number of visitors and competitors - lovers of beautiful Nin beaches, where the abundance of sand provides inspiration on the theme of sand sculptures.
The sand festival – a magic that comes and goes, where towers and sculptures will be built from sand under the guidance of artists and sculptors.
There are two world-famous beaches - Kraljičina beach and Ždrijac beach, otherwise perfect places for families with small children, places where bathers and builders meet. They will use their skills to create new sand buildings as a result of their creativity and imagination on August 20, in the early morning hours from 7 a.m. until the evaluation at 11 a.m. The most beautiful sculptures will be awarded, and the organizers will take care of good fun and relaxation on the beaches of the royal city of Nin.
Visit Nin at the Sand Festival.
Gallery: Dalibor Lovric