Enjoy the Sibenik archipelago with the best food, beaches, and more
The magical and peaceful islands of Kaprije, Krapanj, Murter, Prvić, Zlarin and Žirje have a rich history and culture, and are also characterized by fertile soil, vineyards and underwater worlds full of life.
As activities such as seafaring, fishing and animal husbandry were once the only source of income, they are now, even with tourism, nurtured and valued.
Beautiful fragrant beaches, crackling trees warmed by the sun and colorful and varied fruits are what adorn these romantic islands.
In addition to the beautiful inhabited islands, you should definitely visit and explore the beautiful Kornati National Park in the archipelago of the same name, which contains 89 islands!
A little bit about Sibenik
The first Memorial of Šibenik
It was first mentioned on Christmas Day 1066 in the grant of Petar Krešimir IV, so it is also called Krešimir's town. Until the plague epidemic in the middle of the 17th century, it was the largest city on the entire eastern Adriatic coast. Šibenik was de facto the capital of Croatia from December 1944 to May 1945. It is also important as the site of the founding of the Croatian Navy.
Šibenik is one of the oldest Croatian native cities on the Adriatic, the capital and cultural, educational, administrative and economic center of Šibenik-Knin County.