Skradin is a little town situated 16 km from Šibenik, with history of more than 2200 years. It is located where the river Krka and the Adriatic Sea live a harmonious coexistence, where the continental climate approaches the sea, where the mixing of fresh and salt water enables successful farming of shellfish and fish. Whilst fishing has been a major city industry for centuries, tourism has taken over.
In prehistoric times an Illyrian settlement which was called Scardona was located here and later a Roman municipality. From that period remnants of plumbing, buildings and epigraphic monuments are visible. Above town you will find the remains of towers and walls of a Venetian and later Turkish fort.
Skradin is a town of traditional gatherings with a cappella singing, boccia, carnivals and certainly culinary delights provided by restaurants and taverns with Dalmatian smoked ham, home made bread, fresh fish and seafood, barbecue and excellent wines.
Marinas and Nautical harbours of Skradin
- ACI marina Skradin
Nearby nautical centres are
We suggest you visit
- The archaeological museum Scardona
- Square of St. Marry
- Cathedral of St. Marry
- Skradinski buk
Arrival in Skradin
- airport Zadar (70 km), Airport Split (80 km)
- Vienna 700 km
- Milan 780 km
- Budapest 680 km
- Venice 520 km