ŠIBENIK – the largest Slavic city in Dalmatia. Slavic tribes were the first ones to settle here. The city is located near the mouth of the River Krka on the Adriatic coast, and above the city proudly dominates the hill of St. Anne with a beautiful panoramic view of the city.
PRIMOŠTEN – a charming, picturesque town situated on the Adriatic coast, near Trogir. It is a port city with a tourist center which lies on a peninsula between the coves Raduca and Primosten.
KRKA NATIONAL PARK is located on the border between northern and central Dalmatia, near Šibenik. The Krka river is incredibly beautiful, full of misteries and it is a real natural phenomenon in this part of Europe.
TROGIR – one of the jewels of the Adriatic coast, surrounded by the sea, full of interlocking streets, mazes, historical temples and palaces. This “city – museum” is a city which everyone who sees it once wants to see it again.
SPLIT – a city whose history includes more than 1700 years. It is one of the oldest and most beautiful Croatian cities.
Split is the second largest city in Croatia, the largest settlement on the east coast of the Adriatic.
KORNATI NATIONAL PARK – Mediterranean paradise. The islands were declared a national park for their beauty, unspoiled nature, diverse coastline and rich flora and fauna.