Šibenik is a town in Croatia on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea. It was founded in the 10th century and is known for its Cathedral of St. James, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town is also known for its Gothic and Renaissance architecture, as well as its beautiful location on the Adriatic Sea.

The Cathedral of St James is a masterpiece of Croatian architecture and one of the most significant Gothic buildings in the Mediterranean.

Šibenik can boast that it is located near two beautiful national parks in Croatia – NP Kornati and NP Krka.

The Kornati islands consist of 152 islets and rocks and offer a wonderful opportunity for kayaking and sailing. The clear sea is ideal for diving and seeing all the charms of the Adriatic blue.

Don’t miss visiting the natural beauty of the Krka Park, where the Krka river flows through the canyons with its rapids.