Sibenik

Sibenik is a town which successfully connects the famous past with the gift of natural beauties. The nature has granted the richness of the islands bathed in the blueness of the sea and fascinating scenery of the Krka national park to the town the name of which was used by the kings. Sibenik is the town with the largest number of music organs and stairways in Croatia. Besides the remarkable historical monuments, Sibenik has a fantastic catering offer, malls, movie complexes, four forts the most visited of which are the St. Mihovil fort and one of the best sea forts on the Mediterranean, St. Nikola fort. You will be enthralled by the famous St. Jakov Cathedral, the most valuable renaissance building in Croatia. Do not miss to visit wine bar Bunari (Wells), a great place to go out to, where different musicians perform all year long.

Rogoznica is a small port-town in the eponymous cove.  It is located on a peninsula which divides the cove into two parts, the eastern and the western part. Rogoznica is adorned with two valuable cultural and historical monuments: medieval church of St. Nikola and the medieval church of Blessed Ivan of Trogir.

Primošten is an island town, surrounded by seven smaller islands. It is a typical Mediterranean town which is best seen in its small streets and small stone houses in the center of the old town. It is home to two beautiful small churches: the church of St. George, built in 1485, and the church of St. Rocco, built in 1680. Those who enjoy sports may take part in playing tennis, table tennis, parasailing, jet-ski riding, beach volleyball, mini golf and many other activities.

Vodice is a tourist center known for its vividness, a versatile tourist offer and a wide choice of private accommodations. The place is rich with tradition and antiqueness, ideal for a vacation imbued with rich contents. Visit numerous cultural monuments which will retell the past of Vodice. Some of the monuments are the Church of Karmel (Okit hill), Coric tower, St.Kriz church, St. Kriz parish with a bell tower and St. Ilija church. During the day go for a swim or sunbathe on the attractive beaches, the more popular of which are: partly pebble and partly paved beach Hangar and sandy Blue beach which is especially interesting to the children. There are numerous sports possibilities, as well. In the evening hours enjoy a walk along the shore, savor the specialties of this area in one of countless restaurants (fish, fritters, krostule – dessert, homemade wine…) or board an old sailing boat that will take you for a night tour of the sea archipelago.