Numerous churches, monasteries, palaces and four fortresses 'frame' the city, and also testify to the perseverance, renunciation and faith of generations of people of Šibenik. Primošten is located on a peninsula that was an island once and is one of the most attractive destinations on the Adriatic coast with a typical look of an old fishing town.
Near the town of Šibenik, you can sail up the river Krka to the charming town of Skradin. From there you can visit the Krka national park. The Šibenik archipelago has 249 islands of which only 6 are inhabited so this archipelago is perfect for those seeking serene places untouched by tourism. The biggest island in the archipelago are Zlarin, Prvić, Kakan, Kaprije and Žirje. Mooring in small island towns and enjoying an evening walk among the stone streets is an unique experience, while swimming and relaxing in the numerous coves of the archipelago will immerse you in the beauty of the seascape, which makes this archipelago ideal for a relaxed holiday.
THE NATIONAL PARK KRKA – seven magnificent waterfalls
THE FORTRESS OF ST. MICHAEL (Šibenik) – an impressive fortress with a perfect view
THE FORTRESS OF ST. NICHOLAS (Šibenik) - important example of defence architecture in Dalmatia
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. JACOB (Šibenik) – a Renaissance masterpiece
THE TOWN OF PRIMOŠTEN – a picturesque old town with plenty of beaches