The oldest self-emerging Croatian city on the Adriatic, it is located in the most protected natural harbor, on the central part of the Croatian Adriatic coast, in the picturesque, divided bay into which the Krka flows, one of the most beautiful karst rivers in Croatia. With more than 40 000 inhabitants, Šibenik today is the capital city and cultural, educational, administrative and economic centre of Šibenik-Knin County.


A fishing village and tourist centre 34 km from Šibenik in the southernmost part of the region.
It has a well-protected harbor for anchoring smaller and bigger boats. The thick pine forest and “Lungo Mare” walkway are characteristic for Rogoznica. The oldest church, St. John of Trogir, is from 1324.


Tribunj is a Dalmatian town that is situated in the heart of the Šibenik-Knin county. Tribunj is specific for its geographic position itself and division of an urban land part and peninsula historic centre. An authentic picture of compacted houses and narrow streets excellently complete the wonderful view of two islands in the Tribunj archipelago – Lukovnjak and Logorun.