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You cannot miss it when approaching the island where the town of Nin is situated. It stands on a solitary small, but steep hill in midst of meadows and pastures. A wooden path leads to the hill - about 300 meters or so, but it...More
The church is cca. 1km from the center of Nin on the left side of the street. There is a big parking space there and walkway to the church - accesible for baby carriages and maby wheelchairs. There is a smal path up to the...More
1 km before reaching Nin coming from south (Zadar) a not so noticeable panel will lead you tho the small Church through a short walk. The Church is a Bizantyne jewel. Unfortunately, it was closed and no information were available on when it might be...More
We shortly stopped here in order to check it out. It looks nice and you can also see it from the road if you want to visit it. It was really hot in the afternoon while at it and we couldn't go inside so we...More
If you don't have a car it's about a 20 minute walk (maybe 2 km ?) away from the town of Nin. There is a wooden boardwalk to walk over to this 12th century chapel and we just sat on the grass and breathed it...More