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 Jezera Big Game Fishing event is an exciting international sporting competition. Its aim is to hunt for big fish and gather great sport fishermen from all over the world. The competition is held in the village of Jezera on Murter Island at the end of September. The initiator and co-organizer of the event is the local sport-fishing association "Punta rata".
The Lateen Sail Regatta "Latinsko idro" was organised for the first time in 1998 as a part of the Feast of St. Michael, the patron saint of the Parish of Murter.
The second Sunday in October in Vodice is usually reserved for a traditional recreational mountain bike marathon in memory of cyclist Gabriel Skočić and his colleagues, the firefighters who courageously and tragically died on the island of Kornat in 2007.
The Šibenskih deset i Draženova četvorka (Šibenik as number 10 and Dražen as number 4) race will be held on the occasion of celebrating the birthday of the legendary basketball player Dražen Petrović.
The offshore Around Long Island Regatta, organized by the Kon-Tiki Sailing Club and the Zlarin Yacht Club, sets off at Zlarin Island and leads all the way to Dugi otok (Croatian for "Long Island") and back.
This legendary offshore regatta takes yachtsmen along the 110 mile enduring route from Vodice to Jabuka Island and back. The regatta is famous for its night start and mystical Jabuka Island, including the characteristically strong winds and a long and exhausting race.
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 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.