Digital Nomad Valley Zadar, Croatia

Digital Nomad Valley Zadar, Croatia

Remote working transformed from a marginal concept to a reality for many individuals as a result of the pandemic. Now, many workers don’t want to back to their formal office life. Croatia was one of the first countries to recognize digital nomad lifestyles. They have depended on digital nomads to preserve their economy operating during the epidemic as one of Europe’s most popular tourism destinations. Croatia has also granted digital nomads from outside the EU special permits that permit them to stay a year without paying income tax.

One of the innovations Croatia did for digital nomads is Digital Nomad Valley in Zadar. Let’s start to check on the details about the village.

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Why Digital Nomad Valley Zadar?

The village is 30 minutes’ walk from Zadar’s downtown area, set between pine trees with lots of shade and only a few feet from a beach. 

The cost of a stay starts at €130 per week for a minimum of two weeks. For four weeks, the price is €520, which is much cheaper than the typical flat rent for most of Europe.

  • Premium Mobile Houses
  • Free WiFi
  • Private Coworking Place
  • Special Events
  • Community Manager
  • Discord Community Channel
  • Discount for Partners
  • COVID-19 Regulations

Accommodation Options In The Digital Nomad Village

Falkensteiner Premium Camping Zadar

Falkensteiner Premium Camping Zadar is a complex of beautiful mobile houses and campgrounds located along the coast, providing a one-of-a-kind experience when visiting Zadar. WiFi is available throughout the property. In the camp area, the utilities, facilities, and the gym are included. Each bedroom has its own bathroom. There are also fully equipped kitchens. 

The accommodation options in camping are;

  • Studio; starts from €350 per week
  • Double-Bedroom Unit; starts from €479 for the entire unit and €240 for private bath and bedroom
  • Three-Bedroom Unit; starts from €539 for the entire unit and €180 for private bath and bedroom
  • Campsite for campervans; starts from €129

Falkensteiner Club Funimation Borik

Falkensteiner Funimation Hotel is only a few minutes away from Premium Camping. To travel from one point to another, you can take a stroll down the beach. Funimation is a venue where you may spend a full day participating in a variety of activities.

It includes:

  • Coworking office
  • Spa and gym
  • Restaurants
  • Sport Activities (tennis, soccer, bikes, bocce, etc.)

Where Is Zadar?

Digital Nomad Valley Zadar is located in Borik, only a quick walk from Zadar’s old center. Zadar is Croatia’s first organized digital nomad village. Zadar is a harbor city in Croatia’s central region. It’s the ideal destination for a relaxing summer vacation, with bustling markets, beautiful beaches, and all the delicious seafood you can eat.

How to Get Zadar?

By Plane

The Zadar Airport is 11 km away from the center. There are flights to Zadar Airport from the UK and other EU countries, also from Pula and Zagreb. When you arrive at the Zadar Airport, you can take the airport buses taking off approximately every 30 minutes.

By Bus

On the website of the Zadar Bus Terminal, you may search up bus schedules to and from Zadar. Routes are available from and to all of Croatia’s major cities, towns, and locations, including Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Rijeka, Sibenik, and others.

By Train

Zadar is connected to Zagreb and Split by train. You can check the schedule on the Croatian Railways website.

Driving to Zadar

The A1 highway passes fairly near to Zadar and can be simply used to get there from both north or south Croatia. If you’re traveling along the Croatian coasts, the famed Jadranska magistrala coast road (D8) also leads to Zadar.

Best Things To Do In Zadar

After a long day of work, you can enjoy what Zadar has to offer. Zadar is famous for its gorgeous beaches and crystal-clear seas. You can enjoy the city beaches such as;

  • Kolovare Beach, which is only a few steps from the center
  • Riva of Zadar, a beautiful seafront
  • Punta Bajlo, a pebble beach
  • Puntamika, both pebble and sandy beach.

After settling down in the village, you can visit;

  • Church of St Elias the Prophet; constructed in the 16th century
  • People’s Square; from the medieval era
  • Cathedral of St Anastasia; built in the 12th and 13th centuries
  • Cedulin Palace; from 13th century
  • Five Wells Square; built-in 1574
  • Kalelarga; the main street of Zadar

You’ll be able to interact with other digital nomads while working and experiencing one of Croatia’s most well-known towns and also attend networking and meeting events to contact other nomads. Therefore, the digital nomad village in Croatia, Zadar is an excellent opportunity for digital nomads’ free souls.

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