Šibenik the oldest Croation town on the Adriatic is unique
with its extraordinary location in a picturesque and wide
bay at the mouth of river Krka. Little squeres and numerous
cultural and historical monuments testify the rich history
of this town. St. Jacob’s cathedral was built in 16th century
and is unique not only among Croatian but in European religious
monuments as well. The visit to Šibenik is enjoy in the harmony
of the sun, sea and stone.
Sponge divers are well known from this small
and densely populated island. It is also the lowest island
in Croatia, just 2 meters above the sea level. The museum of here
flora and fauna is enjoyable and worth visiting.
In the dry lime stone area of the Dalmation
hinterland its way toward the see makes the Krka River a magnificent
natural phenomena. For its great natural, scientific and cultural
value it was proclaimed The National park in 1985. These is
a lovely day trip.
These ideal holiday place finds a place in your
heart straight away. Alone its location its beautiful and
romantic. This town offers a lot, infrastructure, shops, market
and entertainment. Really a place you will love coming back
Not visiting this town is not an option. The
whole town is one Open-air museum. Therefore Trogir is not
included in world culture legacy of Unesco for nothing. You
should make day as well as night trip to this beautiful town.
At night you can enjoy delicious food and wine in its finest
restaurants and also you can find a place to dance.