Settled between the natural beauty of white karstic rock and the crystalline blue sea , and featuring as many as 240 islands, islets, and reefs, the Šibenik area is a paradise for tourists and locals.
Šibenik is located in the area of middle Dalmatia and is distinguished by beautiful landscape and rich cultural and historical monuments. It is the home of the UNESCO protected St James Cathedral; a medieval monument set in the heart of Šibenik. It is also the oldest native Croatian city on the Adriatic, located at the mouth of the beautiful Krka River.
The unspoiled landscape of the nautical heaven -the Kornati archipelago and the astonishing lakes and waterfalls of Krka River in close vicinity to Šibenik, make it a paradise for yachting, nature and history lovers.
The narrow stone streets, colorful cafes, small hotels, world-class restaurants, and streets filled with relaxed local people and visitors will seduce you to socialize, try local cuisine and wine, and explore the city and beyond. Šibenik is known for its memorable gourmet experiences:fresh seafood, flavorsome Dalmatian delicacies, colorful local sweets, and world-known wines you can try in some of Croatia’s best restaurants.
Locals enjoy the spectacular concerts and events in the four fortresses of Šibenik where the history meets the spectacular views all year round, and especially in summer months when visitors can get a feel of life in this vibrant city.