Nin is the oldest royal town in Croatia, which was also the first capital of the Croatian kings from the 9th century. It is known as the city with the smallest Cathedral in the world. The city offers medical tourism, the opportunity to experience the traditional way of salt production, and a variety of beautiful monuments such as The Church of the Holy Cross, Stone Bridge, and the Old Gate.
Medical tourism is widespread because of the curative mud. Nin gives you ideal conditions for perfect relaxation due to its beautiful beaches, rich flora and fauna, and rich cultural heritage. The city is particularly interesting for having the first salt museum in Croatia.