The centrally located town of Murter, first recorded in 1273 as a rural settlement and traditionally being the largest of the four main settlements on the homonymous island, still offers its many visitors complete serenity, beautiful crystal clear sea, amazing hill-point views, charming ancient olive groves and lovely coves nestled within dense pine forests.
Located near the spring of the Krka River and between the borders of Bosnia, Lika and Dalmatia, Knin has always been an important crossroad of the paths connecting the hinterland to the coast.
Skradin is one of the oldest Croatian cities, first mentioned under its current name in the 10th century. The area was already inhabited by the ancient Illyrians, however the antique town of Scardona owes its name to the Romans, as it was their vital administrative, traffic and trade centre of Province Dalmatia.
We are happy to announce that on July 7, 2017, St. Nicholas Fort was added on the prestige list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, joining The Cathedral of St. James as the second World Heritage Site in Šibenik!
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The best Advent Fair on the Adriatic and the only plastic free advent in Croatia - Adventura will begin on the Feast Day of St. Nicholas with excellent atmosphere, song and dance.
Šibenik cruiser regatta will be held for the 18th time in a row in December on behalf of St. Nicholas. Over 50 cruisers and 500 guests from Croatia and abroad, take place in this regatta.
The Krka Half Marathon is a unique international athletic race held in the Krka National Park.
The carnival on the island of Murter, known as “Murterske bake” (literally translated as “Murter Grandmothers”), is a custom that dates back 130 years. The event starts on Shrove Tuesday throughout the island and gathers a large number of participants, so it has become a traditional event of fun, relaxation and reactions to social problems and life circumstances.
Chef's Stage is an international gastronomy and hospitality congress that brings together all participants in the gastronomy scene, where in a friendly environment a genuine exchange of knowledge and experience is encouraged, and where the new regional gastronomic framework is designed.
Every year on Easter Monday the Šibenik Tourist Board, together with the departments for catering and production activities of the Šibenik Tradesmen Association, organize an Easter Breakfast, a tradition that marks the beginning of the tourist season.
Croatian Lions regatta is a humanitarian fund raising event that has been organized on Murter Island since 1998 with the goal to support drug abuse prevention and rehabilitation programmes in Lions District 126, Croatia.
The Vodice area has a network of over 350 km of road and mountain bike tracks.