The city of Šibenik is located in the middle of the Adriatic. It stands out for its cultural and historical sights and natural beauty, of which even two monuments are under the protection of UNESCO. Šibenik also protects two national parks – Krka and Kornati. The city’s beautiful beaches attract tourists every summer. Walking around Šibenik, you really feel a touch of history and tradition woven into this third-largest city in Dalmatia.

The municipality of Marina, located at the foot of a deep bay, was named after St. Marina. In addition to that church, which has been converted into a gallery open for visitors there is also the church of St. Jacob. Throughout history, the population was engaged in fishing and agriculture, and precisely for this reason, Marina is today very famous for the production of olive oil. In the center of the town is the Tower, which defies history and is today a symbol of the town. Emphasizing its cultural and historical heritage, today it is happily chosen by families for annual vacations. Beautiful beaches and untouched nature offer interesting content and activities for the whole family.

Primošten, located in central Dalmatia, is a real pearl of the Adriatic, located between Trogir and Šibenik. Its attractiveness and combination of history and modern goods are hidden in the fact that the old town is located on a peninsula and the city gate is separated from the tourist center of the city. In the middle of the historical peninsula stands out the church of St. Jurja, which is also the symbol of the city. The Primošten coast stretches for 20 km of pebble and beautiful beaches that are suitable for families.

Vodice is a famous tourist destination in Šibenik – Knin county. Picturesque landscapes, a variety of tourist offers, and friendly hosts make Vodice an ideal choice for a vacation.
Of particular note is the Church of Our Lady of Carmel, whose sanctuary was built on the nearby Okit hill and is celebrated on July 16.
Parish Church of St. Crisis is also a church, which is one of the most significant Baroque buildings in Dalmatia.
Divine coves and indented coastline with uninhabited islands give every visitor the opportunity to find their own oasis of peace.

Rogoznica is located in the very center of Dalmatia, on the southern side of Šibenik – Knin County. Its uniqueness is reflected in the length of the coast, which is as much as 54 km. The favorable climate with around 2,600 hours of sunshine per year means that Rogoznica attracts a large number of tourists every year. You can feel the touch of the Mediterranean while walking along the waterfront, where the rich gastronomic offer prevails. A large part of the peninsula is covered with pine forest and is ideal for recreationists – long walks and bike rides. The naturally protected port, the beautiful beaches on the islets, and the attractive Dragon Lake are the reason for the arrival of many sailors.