Krka is virgin pure karst river with 7 magical waterfalls. Source of river Krka is near Knin and in two-thirds of its length runs through the beautiful canyons. It is extremely rich in endemic flora and fauna, with 222 species of birds. On the Lake Visovac between Roški slap and Skradinski buk is the island Visovac with the Franciscan monastery in idyllic gardens with a long history. Quiet lakes and rivers are ideal for canoes and kayaks. In the national park is allowed to swim, so bring your swimsuits and refresh yourself in the crystal clear river Krka! We recommend entering from beautiful little town Skradin which is located in the small canyon of river Krka and from where you can take a boat ride to waterfalls and on the way enjoy in untouched nature! The boat ride is included in the ticket price of National Park.
Kornati islands occupy an area of 220 km2 and include 89 islands, islets and reefs with about 238 km of coastline. Despite this relatively large number of islands, the continental part of the park makes less than 25% of total area, while the rest is a marine ecosystem. Excursions to the Kornati are organized daily from Primošten and it is pleasant daily boat trip where you also have lunch included in the ticket. Another possibility is to go with the car to the island of Murter and town of Murter and from there take a short boat trip to the Kornati. Swim in crystal clear and warm sea of the Kornati on pristine beaches. This is an experience that you will remember all your life.
Šibenik is a historic town in central Dalmatia, Croatia. It is the oldest native Croatian town on the Adriatic coast, and he was unlike other major cities on the coast founded by Croatians when they came to this area in the 8th century. It is located in a protected natural harbor, where Krka River flows into the Adriatic sea. Today Sibenik with 48 000 inhabitants is the capital and cultural, administrative and tourist center of the Sibenik-Knin County. The biggest attraction is certainly the cathedral of St. James, built over a hundred years and was completed in the mid-16th century. Because of its uniqueness and the fact that it is built entirely of stone was placed on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. The panorama is dominated by four fortresses of Šibenik (St. Michaels, St. John, St. Nicholas, and Šubicevac), each of which offers a spectacular view of the city, the sea, and nearby islands.
Trogir is a historic town and harbor on the Adriatic coast in Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia, with a population of 10.818 inhabitants. Trogir as the city has 2300 years of continuous urban tradition and its evolution through history has been influenced by the ancient Greeks, then the Romans and Venetians. Trogir is the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic town, not only in the Adriatic but in all of Central Europe, and is the real city - museum. All visitors, tourists and lovers of cultural and historical monuments, art, original buildings and old stone street in Trogir will learn about the manifold and complex historical heritage. The unique historical core, Radovans portal, Cathedral of St. Lawrence from the XII. century, churches, convents and city museum are protected under as a whole and since 1997 is on the UNESCO world cultural heritage list.
Rogoznica is a popular tourist resort on the Dalmatian coast in Croatia, located in the southernmost part of the Sibenik-Knin County. It is situated in a deep natural bay protected from the wind and big waves, about 5 km south of Primošten. We recommend to visit the marine aquarium in the open, the labyrinth of lavender and salt lake Zmajevo oko. This salt lake located on the peninsula Gradina is unique hydro phenomenon surrounded by high cliffs 4-24 meters and 15 meters deep. In the immediate vicinity of Zmajevo oko is one of the most beautiful marinas in the Adriatic, Marina Frapa. It has been awarded the Blue Flag and has 10 piers with 700 fully equipped berths. In more than 54 kilometers of coastline along the entire Gulf, there are numerous sandy, rocky, or the hidden beaches where is guaranteed a full day of relaxing and memorable vacation.
Prvić is a small island in the Šibenik archipelago, located about 1 kilometer from the mainland, close to the town of Vodice. The total surface area is 2.5 km2 and here lives 400 permanent residents in two places on the island: Prvić Luka and Šepurine. Šepurine is located on the west side of the island opposite the town of Vodice and Prvić Luka is located in a large bay on the southeast side of the island, which is well protected from northern and western winds. In addition to several small tractors and fire vehicles, the island has no cars, and the connection with the mainland is by ferry which runs a few times a day from Šibenik - Prvić - Vodice. The entire island is under the protection of the Croatian Ministry of Culture, due to its exceptional and rich cultural and natural heritage.
Zlarin is a small island of the Sibenik archipelago, which is located 2 km from the entrance to the Sv. Ante canal, at the entrance to the town of Sibenik. Administratively it belongs to the city of Sibenik. This is one of the few islands in the Adriatic that does not allow car traffic and certainly it offers a special charm. Regular ferry service to the island Zlarin drives from the Sibenik quay and the ride is short and pleasant and you can enjoy in the view of the magnificent fortress of St. Nicholas. Zlarin is also the only settlement of the island and is a typical example of a small Dalmatian town with narrow and old stone houses, narrow streets and distinctive bell tower of the local church. The entire island has an area only slightly higher than 8 km2, and most of the island is covered with forests of cypress, pine, rosemary, figs, olives and other Mediterranean plants. The inner parts of the islands are uninhabited, covered with thick forest and bush and is rightly called the green island.
Drvenik Veli is a tiny but inhabited island located in the middle of the Adriatic archipelago, northwest of the island of Solta and only 1.8 km from the mainland. The only settlement on the island is also called Drvenik Veli and here lives only 150 permanent inhabitants. The island was first inhabited in the 15th century. Since there are no urban areas nor industrial plants, island of Drvenik and its nature remained intact. The landscape of this green island is full of cypress and pine trees, bushes and groves of Aleppo pine and oak with some vineyards and olive groves. The coastline is made up of numerous sand and pebble beaches which are characterized by crystal clear water in the bays such as Solin, Drvenik, Mala luka and Grabule.
Split is the second largest city in Croatia with 170 000 inhabitants and is the largest city, cultural, economic and tourist center of Dalmatia. It is located on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea between Kastela Bay and Split channel. Split is one of the oldest cities in Croatia. Although traditionally considered a little more than 1,700 years old, when the Roman Emperor Diocletian in 305 AD built the world famous Diocletian's Palace. Because of its long and rich history and cultural heritage, in the 1979 historic center of Split with Diocletian's Palace was included on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Split became an unavoidable destination for many tourists who spend their entire vacation in the city or who are just passing through because Split port is the starting point for most of the central Dalmatian islands of Brac, Hvar, Vis, and Korcula.
Omiš is a city and port in the Dalmatia in Croatia, which is located about 25 km southeast of Split at the mouth of the emerald green river Cetina in Adriatic sea. Omis is a well-known center of Omis Riviera, which stretches twenty kilometers along the Adriatic coast with exceptional natural beauty, numerous gravel and sand beaches, bays, steep cliffs, and crystal clear sea waters. Besides enjoying the sun and sea on numerous sandy and pebbles beaches, Omis offers its guests countless other activities such as the zip line in the Cetina canyon, hiking, rafting, kayaking and canoeing on the river Cetina, diving and windsurfing. One of the most popular attractions is Radman's mill and waterfalls Gubavica (50 meters high large and small Gubavica). Radman's mill is located five kilometers inside the canyon of the Cetina River and is the most visited place, famous for its gastronomic specialties such as baked bread, soparnik or fresh trout.