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Dalmatia- Šibenik

If you want to enjoy the true beauty of nature, experience the richness of cultural and historical monuments that date back centuries, with an exceptionally unbound and exciting coast, or explore the secrets of the hinterland, the right place for you is our region. Two national parks, Krka and Kornati, two protected cultural monuments on UNESCO’s list of world cultural heritage sites (the St. James Cathedral and the St. Nicholas Fortress), numerous islands and islets, monuments, archaeological sites, protected landscapes, both on the shore and beyond the coast – you are given countless opportunities for a real vacation.

If you visit Šibenik’s hinterland, you will discover the historic fortresses around the Krka River, the archaeological sites of Burnum and Bribirska Glavica, as well as the locality of Danilo Rider with its prehistoric archaeological remains. You will feel the spirit of the Dalmatian village and experience the a forgotten way of life.

Explore the Dinara mountain range, Croatia’s highest mountain peak at 1.831 metres, by hike or work up your adrenaline on one of the many cycling trails, but be sure to visit the historic towns of Knin and Drniš, as well as the unique hydrothermal nature monument of the Cetina River.

Walking or jogging the Vrana Lake Nature Park trails will allow you to see a wide variety of rare birds’ species that inhabit the area. Continue on to the island of Murter and experience the authenticity of a fishing village. Follow the centuries-old drywall and olive tree groves and you will reach Tribunj and Vodice where you will find a rich gastronomic offer. Go a little further and you will reach the pearl of Dalmatia – the renaissance Sibenik, considered one of the most beautiful cities on the Mediterranean, with its UNESCO protected St. James Cathedral from the 15th century and city fortress. One should not forget Primošten and Rogoznica – small fishing towns with numerous interesting legends and stories to tell.

Dalmatia – Sibenik is a region where you can enjoy a wide variety of offers – whether you want to stay along the coast and enjoy the sea air, or get to know the well-wooded hillside hinterland, its vineyards and olive tree groves. Whether you are looking for adrenaline inducing mountain climbing, are interested in exploring the Krka or Čikola River Canyons, or just want to enjoy the mild Mediterranean climate, with a pleasant temperature and a relatively small rainfall, this region makes an ideal vacation for you, no matter the time of year.

Source: dalmatiasibenik.hr
Photo by: Miranda Trklja, Davor Šarić, Ivo Pervan