When flicking through a travel guide centring on Croatia, the idyllic images of Dubrovnik and Split may grace the front and back covers but you should be looking for the city that can offer something different to the usual and maybe a lot more to expect from a one or two week break.
Once an island, Primošten connected to the main land in 16-th century. Stunning beaches, beautiful landscape and cristal clean blue lagoon makes Primošten "must see" if you are visiting Croatia. Take a swim at Mala and Velika Raduča beach or just take a walk through magical old streets of Primošten to get the...
Here are some tips for Šibenik island hopping adventure The nation has celebrated 27 years of independence and the tourism industry has been growing ever since. The numbers coming to the nation are growing year on year and you can see why. Croatia, particularly on the coast, is full of...
If you will be visiting this picturesque little city any soon, these are the Top 5 things to do in Šibenik that won't cost you a dime. 5. Four Wells Hidden only few meters away from famous St. James’ cathedral, Four Wells used to be a public town cistern that...
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With continuous goal of promoting sport and healthy lifestyle in Croatia, and realisation of „Adventure sport lige“ program 2019/2010. 08 FORCA Šibenik and SAK FIT Zaprešić are organising recreational sport race for devoted runners and history lovers. PHOTO Foto iz Zraka Race will be held at December 7th 2019, 09:00-13:00h...
Much to fans’ dismay, the Seven Kingdoms don’t actually exist in real life. However, unlike other shows, Game of Thrones did their filming in real-life places, which means you can visit where some of your favorite shots were taken. Similar to how the Lord of the Rings movies were filmed in New Zealand and...
Šibenik, one of the oldest Croatian towns on the eastern shores of the Adriatic, is home to two UNESCO Heritage Sites — Sv. Nikola Fort and St. Jacob’s Cathedral. In fact, it is one of the only five cities in the world to host two such UNESCO sites. Šibenik / Credit: Foto iz...
Being a city popularly known for its historical relevance and symbols, there are a great number of things to be admired about Šibenik –proximity to the Adriatic Sea, St. James Cathedral (Šibenik’s Central church), the National Parks, the Kornati archipelago to mention a few – but none of them is as impressive as Šibenik’s four fortresses. Šibenik was one of the...
Did you know that Šibenik is also known as the city of children? The reason is International Children’s festival, the world's unique and recognized Croatian cultural event. The festival was held for the first time in 1958 as a realization of the initiative and engagement of a few children's art lovers, but very soon it grew into a large and complex...
The Fortress of Knin is the second largest military fortification in Europe, with impressive defensive walls, approximately 2 kilometers long. This impressive military fortification is located in stunning Šibenik-Knin county only 45 minutes drive from center of Šibenik, and only 20min drive form Krka National Park. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50zzoKxYpnY
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