If you are a mathematical type, numbers will help you to understand how magnificent this area really is. Šibenik region - situated on the central part of Croatian Adriatic, in the heart of Dalmatia.
Šibenik County is an area with 2 National parks, 14 medieval fortresses, 230 cultural monuments, 300 islands and 600 archaeological localities.
Šibenik is on middle Mediterranean and it is a fortress city next to the sea with an imposing St. James Cathedral, build exactly 105 years ago from white stone blocks and without any other binding material to support it.
St. James Cathedral is a combination of unique Gothic and renaissance style with 71 heads surrounding the walls and with sculptures and mosaics in the interior. In the year 2000 it was added to UNESCO protected world heritage localities.
Two national parks – National park Krka (Krka waterfalls) and National park Kornati, natural parks Lake Vranja and South Velebit; cities and little towns that have become the most wanted Mediterranean tourist destinations: Skradin, Vodice, Primošten, Rogoznica, Tribunj, Murter…
Small islands and Dalmatian villages living the Mediterranean as it once was: Prvić, Zlarin, Krapanj, Kaprije, Žirje…
Picturesqueness of these Dalmatian islands, tradition that locals are still nourishing, tiny hidden beaches and caves, beautiful coast and the clearest sea in the world will leave you breathless…and will enrich your soul.
Then you will truly know why Šibenik has been pronounced to be the most beautiful nautical Adriatic destination and one of the 5 most beautiful rocky cities of Mediterranean. Šibenik tourism is growing rapidly and Šibenik tourists every year are coming in larger number.
Don't miss to be one of them!