Geographical and historical position

Jezera, since the 13th century traditionally the town of seafarers, fishermen and divers, is located on the southeast side of Murter Island. This picturesque settlement is secluded into a horseshoe shaped bay surrounded by gentle rolling hills. Due to its natural position, the town is not exposed to strong winds and its cove is an ideal welcoming port for all sorts of ships. The name of the town comes from the fact that rain is stopped by the impermeable ground, making large puddles of mud and fresh water.

Do not miss

  • Being a Part of "The Sea Days of Jezera", a Series of Cultural Events Organized from Mid-July to Early September
  • Exploring the Rich Tangible and Intangible Heritage Preserved by the Particularly Dynamic "Koledišće" Folklore Society
  • Visiting the Big Game Fishing Event, an Exciting International Sporting Competition Held in Early Autumn