The Town of Šibenik, the capital of the Šibenik and Knin region, is the oldest originally Croatian town on the Croatian coast, mentioned for the first time in 1066 in a document written...
Krka National Park encompasses the area along the course of the Krka River, which flows through a deep and picturesque canyon for over 75 km and creates roaring waterfalls– Bilušić buk,...
In the central part of the Croatian Adriatic, near where the Šibenik and Zadar islands meet, is a distinctive and, in many ways, special group of islands called Kornati. Due to...
The construction of the Knin fortress started in the 9th century, in the period of forming the Early Croatian Republic. Some Croatian kings had their occasional capital city...
Krapanj is the smallest and the most populated island in the region of Šibenik, with the surface of 0,36 km2. This is the island with the lowest height above sea-level in the Adriatic...
The island of Prvić is a natural continuation of the island of Zlarin, which is evident from numerous underwater shallows, the reef Raženik, and the islet of Lupac. The island lies 1 n/m south-east of Vodice. An exception among other islands is that this island is not...
Zlarin is one of the islands of the Šibenik archipelago, and it is one of only six inhabited islands in the archipelago. It is situated almost in the central part of the Croatian Adriatic...
The town of Šibenik – the centre of the Croatian coastThe Šibenik-Knin region, located in the very centre of the Croatian coast, represents one of the most suitable starting points within the excursion tourism in Dalmatia. It is also known for two national parks – famous waterfalls of Krka and pearls on the sea, Kornati islands, but situated not far away from other two – Paklenica National Park, known among alpinists, and Plitvice Lakes National Park, protected by UNESCO since 1979.
In the medieval town centre of Šibenik there is another Croatian UNESCO monument – the cathedral of St. Jacob, the only construction in the whole Europe made entirely of stone. About an hour drive towards south from Šibenik there are other two UNESCO localities – the Town of Trogir and the Roman palace of the emperor Diocletian.
The Šibenik archipelago offers numerous possibilities for excursions, among which special place belongs to the islands Krapanj (the tradition of sponge processing), Zlarin (the tradition of corals) and Prvić (the island of Faust Vrančić, inventor of the first usable parachute in the human history).
1. EXCURSIONS IN THE AREA OF THE SIBENIK REGION
|Sightseeing of the Town of Šibenik||2 hours||Walk|
|Krka National Park||Half day||Bus and walk|
|Krka National Park||Full day||Boat and walk|
|Šibenik and Krka National Park||Full day||Bus and walk and/or Boat|
|National park "Kornati"||Full day||Boat|
|Fish picnic (Krapanj i Zlarin)||Full day||Boat|
|Fish picnic (Prvić)||Full day||Boat|
|Village Party||Half day||Bus and walk|
|Sightseeing of the Knin fortress||Half day||Bus and walk|
|Big Game Fishing (Jezera, Vodice)||Full day||Boat|
2. EXCURSIONS IN THE SURROUNDINGS
|Plitvice Lakes National Park||Full day||Bus and walk|
|Paklenica National Park||Full day||Bus and walk
|Split and Trogir
||Full day||Bus and walk|
|Zadar||Half day||Bus and walk
||Full day||Bus and boat
|Canoeing on the Zrmanja River
||Full day||Bus and boat
|Dubrovnik||Full day||Bus and walk|
|Hvar and Brač
||Full day||Boat and walk|