The Kornati archipelago-a labyrinth of stone, with eighty nine islands, islets and rocks in the sea. It is the most indented island group in the Mediterranean. Regardless of whether you look at the Kornati Islands from the air, from the sea, or from sightseeing points of the island, the view is equally impressive- and yet different to the eye every single time. Every vista is more than worth experiencing, and every perspecive worth examining. Life on the Kornati Islands has always meant struggle for survival. In that persistance for survival, man has changed the appearance of islands. Dry stone walls on the Kornati Islands are silent and steadfast withnesses to hard work, skill and patience on modest soil on stone surrounded by cristal-clear sea.
The Kornati Islands are the stone pearls of the Mediterranean.
The Krka River- for many, the most beautiful blue line of the Dalmatian karst. Gorgeous cascades and thick, rich sound of life given by water.
Krka is a monument of nature of the highest category. The phenomenon of tufa barries creating the beauty of cascades and sight and sound of water in the karst continues to attract people from all around the world.
The picturesque Dalmatian village and the accompanying Sovlje are located in the heart of the Šibenik-Knin county. The advantage of Tribunj is its geographic position and the fact that it is divided into urban, mainland part and the peninsular historical core which now houses the municipial buildings, the Tourist Board office, post, rectory, cultural centre and a few hospitality establishments.
The authentic image of compact houses and narrow streets is completed by a beautiful view of the two islands of the Tribunj archipelago. Although it has focused on tourism in the last few decades, Tribunj is still recognised for fishing and olive growing, two main industry branches that have always been the local population’s means of income.
Tribunj is oasis of peace for artists, but also a pleasant place for holiday, among the manifestations it’s the Traditional Donkey Race that stands out.
The city of Šibenik, the capital of the Šibenik-Knin County, is the oldest city on the Croatian coast, first mentioned in 1066. in the letter of King Petar Krešimir IV , which is often referred to as the Krešimir’s town.
It was not until the 13th century that the status of the City was given, which is the reason for the construction of its present main city symbol, the Šibenik cathedral of St. James, which in 2000. won a deserved place on UNESCO’s list of monumental heritage.
The city of Šibenik has another name – the City of Children, because it has been host to the only children’s manifestation in the Croatian international character of the International Children’s Festival for almost 50 years in a row, which is known worldwide.