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Remains of the church on Cape Ljubljana
Remains of the church on Cape Ljubljana
Ljubač is a village settled in the northwestern corner of the Zadar riviera, below Ljubljana peninsula. The area has been inhabited for at least a couple thousand years. The ridge above the village was the location of a castle and church of the Knights Templar in the medieval era. Traces of earlier civilizations are also prominent here - out of the ancient Roman era the newest finds of late 2012 are the remains of a pottery workshop and its mole on the northern side of the peninsula, in Plemići Bay facing Rtina. The ever earlier finds are the witnesses of Illyrian tribes living on this land.

The beaches that Ljubač can offer, however, are probably more important, vacation-wise. The main beach in Ljubač is a sandy beach stretching over 500-700 meters, with a lido shore and shallow waters - one can walk in the water hundred meter before his knees get wet. It could even be recommended for those who get tired of the crowded beaches of the Nin area. Here, in Ljubač, there are not that many people on the beach. And why? Because it's simply because tourists don't know it.

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The northern side of Ljubač Beach
The northern side of Ljubač Beach


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