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Most people haven’t never heard for this beautiful little place, the treasure of Šibenik archipelagos and the pearl of Adriatic Sea. And those who have visited this island now became regular visitors of this combination of untouched nature, rich tradition, hospitable local population and attractive offerings.
The place is known as a green island – a blend of nature that preserves the soul of the Mediterranean and a combination of olives, sea and vegetation; This is the perfect place for a total connection with nature and for discovering nature’s incredible power; In addition, cars are not allowed here, so you can truly enjoy in the pure nature.
Zlarin has around 2,700 hours of sun a year, which makes it one of the sunniest islands of the Adriatic Sea; You can enjoy here in marvellous pebble beaches that have a natural protection from winds, surrounded by a crystal-clear sea in which you can sense a pleasant sand under your feet as soon as you step in it; Apart from that, there are many so called “wild” beaches that will particularly appeal to those who want peace and quiet.
An excellent gastronomic offer – island specialities will delight all gastro-lovers with the way they prepare fish and other Mediterranean delicacies, it’ll add a full experience to your vacation.
Once you find yourself in Dalmatia, the city of Šibenik will surely be amongst the most important locations that you’ll visit, it’s the oldest native Croatian town on the shores of the sea. It was mentioned for the first time in 1066 in the official letter of the Croatian King Petar Krešimir IV, after whom it’s still referred to as the Krešimir’s city.
Šibenik offers the real experience of the Adriatic Sea on its unique way. On the same location, you have a combination of the beauty of the past in the old town, fortresses, churches and shops, variety of natural attractions, the pleasure of the present moment and the inspiration of the future through design, film, music and festivals. The city interprets all of that in an innovative way, offering a unique tourist destination to travellers of the new era who are in a search of authentic experiences.
We also recommend a visit to the town of Vodice, with its traditional events. Here you will find one of most known characteristics of Dalmatian towns – tiny Mediterranean streets, but one of them is special – the so called Narrow Street where two people cannot pass at the same time. Aquarium and Maritime Tradition Museum is located in the city centre, the only museum of that kind in Šibenik-Knin County, and it’s always interesting to see the maritime world of the region.
Skradin is a small town on the right bank of the river Krka, less than 20 km from the city of Šibenik. Well-known ACI Marina often visited by the most famous world stars is placed there, as well as the entrance to the national park Krka where you can visit attractive locations like waterfalls Skradinski buk and Roški slap as well as Franciscan monastery Viškovac located on the island of the same name.
Skradin is a romantic Mediterranean town with narrow paved streets, passages, arches and steps. The entire old town is a cultural heritage site. The old town houses mostly date from the 18th or 19th century and are plastered in a style typical for Venice and the area of its influence.
The island of Murter is the largest and closest to the mainland in Šibenik area, separated from the land by the narrow Murter canal. Located on the gateway to the Kornat islands, Murter is an attractive destination for yachtsmen, as well as others who prefer a quiet vacation. Tourism started blossoming on Murter in 1930s, when the Czech Villa was built in the Slanica bay.
Town of Murter
Murter, the magnificent place that governs over its “oversea colonies” – islands and islets, in particular the pearls of the entire Mediterranean – Kornati islands. When you say Murter, in the same time you can think of many nearby islands, but this place looks like if you imagine hundreds of equally lovely islands in a landscape that contains all the beauty of the Nature and the Creator. Welcome to the Old Murter village of the authentic stone arched streets, simple village houses, stone walls overgrown with ivy and climbing plants, and with modest but inventive solutions of a valuable ambient.
Apart from Murter, which is the largest and the oldest settlement, there are three more places on the island: Betina, Jezera and Tisno.
KORNATI are the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean. Nowhere else in this large sea is such a great number of islands crammed in so little space. Since there is no clear definition of how you define an island, there is no general consensus on their number. But we believe we’re not making a mistake if we say that the number of islands is around 150. The surface area of the watercourse they cover is around 320 km2.
When you have decided to visit the National Park Kornati, with your personal or a rented boat, one thing is important to know: not all of Kornati archipelago is a part of the National Park. The north-east boarder of the park passes south of the islet Katina toward south-east, including the islet Abu Vela and the entire island Kornat; On the south side, it includes the islands of Samograd and Mrtovnjak, and passes toward north by Žutski canal and the park includes the islet Svršatu. North entrance to the park, when you approach from Zadar and Biograd, is through passages Mala and Velika Proversa, and the south entrance, when you approach from Šibenika and Murter, follows Opat and Smokvica Vela.
The ACI Marina Piškera is situated between islands Piškera and Panitula vela on the north coast of the island Panitula vela, marked with a ACI flag on the most prominent point of the island. The Marina offers good protection from the strong northern wind (bura), and a bit weaker protection from southern winds.
Ravni Žakan island
In Kornati archipelago, the „nautical heaven“, in a peaceful bay of the island Žakan, there is a tavern with a same name. When sitting on a terrace there, in an idyllic surrounding of the sea and stone, you’ll forget about everything else and indulge in pleasures.
Primošten is situated on a small islet connected to the mainland with a dike. Located some 20 km south of Šibenik, this pretty little town attracts lots of curious people and tourists for over 60 years with its interesting architecture and crystal clear sea. Olives and olive oil from Primošten are well known for their high quality.
In a vicinity of Primošten, in vineyards planted almost on a bare rock, native grape vines are grown from which famous red wine Babić is produced. These vineyards have an official status of the world monument to the human efforts and there is a picture of these vineyards in the lobby of the United Nations building in New York.
Rogoznica, quiet and warm Mediterranean spot on the far end of the North Dalmatia. It spreads over 50 km of the coastal line and it’s an ideal location for a holiday with family and friends. It is commonly visited by yachtsmen since it’s known as one of the prettiest and the safest ports on the Adriatic Sea. Rogoznica has pebble beaches, there are a few rock beaches, and every settlement offers hidden locations for swimming in their many bays. Rogoznica is well known for a variety of entertainment and cultural events organised by the Tourist Office, and in that time of the year streets have a special vibe.
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