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Promenade in the Zadar Old Town | Istarska Obala -Obala kralja Petra Krešimira IV, Zadar 23000, Croatia
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On the corner of the tip of the peninsula that forms the ancient city of Zadar, you will find an area with this Greeting to the Sun sculpture/ park/element (i'm not sure what to call it). Inlaid in the concrete surface is a giant solar...More

Thank VirginiaCW
Reviewed 2 days ago

a bed of solar panels, next to the sea organ. They come into their own after sunset, displaying a wide range of light patterns, remiscent of a discotheque

Thank Jason C
Reviewed 3 days ago

Obviously the best time to embrace this is after the sun goes down it is quite a unique experience I should also add that it is next to the sea organ

Thank humerous60
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

You can't greet the sun here. It sets in this direction and you cannot see it rise from here so have no idea why there is a listing for this

Thank Helen V
Reviewed 4 days ago

Is a nice idea but at the end is only a big led screen with a bunch of colors. Especially because not all of them work at the same time and didn't draw anything meaningful during the period I was there.

Thank Roberto S
Reviewed 5 days ago

Nothing to see during the day, but after dark this attraction comes to life. Varied coloured squares with beams reaching to the sky. Luckily we saw it at its best on a lively dark still night

Thank sally m
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We visited the greeting to the sun both at day and night. I would highly recommend going at night time as it lights up. Also at night there’s a beautiful view of the coast which is very romantic.

Thank Olawale L
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We went last night and it only seems that about a third of the lights were working?? So many people jumping on it thinking that is what turned it on.. Disappointing as most of it was just dark.. are we missing something??

Thank PipBristowe
Reviewed 6 days ago

We listened to the sea organ and then came back to see the salutation to the sun after sunset - when it was quite dark. The light show seems to run in a repetitive sequence that restarts every 34 minutes and there are people dancing,...More

Thank A J
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If anything it was just amusing to laugh at how tezza the whole thing was!!! LOL + walk a little further down and experience the sound of the sea through a few pipes!!

Thank Leon D
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ktnitch
April 25, 2016|
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Response from jonotennis | Reviewed this property |
If you mean the Zadar (Gazenica) ferry port you could use Uber.
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