Polača

Town Polaca is one of the largest and most typical mean straight-district areas. Polaca is located halfway between the two city centers, Benkovac and Biograd, only 10 kilometers from the sea.

Municipality Polača belong settlements Jagodnja Lower, fibulae, Kakma and Polaèa as municipal center. Close to the major cities has influenced the rapid economic development and quality of life. Throughout history Polaèa shared the fate of other ravnokotarskih places that were devastated by several times. As an essential feature of this village represents a castle from the 14th century, when for the first time appears the name of Polaca. Numerous Stone ruins the surrounding hills evidenced first traces of human presence in Polaca since the late Neolithic period. In the 11th century the Polaèa mentioned as one of the centers of early Croatian county SIDRAG. The whole area of ​​the municipality is extremely rich in archaeological sites and historical and cultural resources, such as the church of St. Cosmas and Damian from 1836.godine, whose remains were never removed but stand as an example of suffering of Polace and its people in the war, church. Simeon from 1868 and the remains of the fortress in Polača called Gradina. Polaca is a typical representative of Straight in districts whose entire area is suitable for all forms of agricultural production, particularly for the development of fruit growing, olive groves, vineyards and vegetable production. Today Polaèa modern and developed center that is increasingly turning towards the development of the economy and especially tourism, offering authentic culinary delights and unforgettable rural idyll. During the year, the place is the center of numerous events.