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[22 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

Šibenik, a town in central Dalmatia, will from next year offer its visitors a new place for swimming – a beach in the town centre. Šibenik is the only town on the Adriatic that does not have a city beach and the nearest beaches such as Jadrija, Brodarica or Solaris can only be reached by boat, car or bus. But all of this will change next year and Šibenik will get a modern beach which will stretch across 12000 square metres. The beach called Banj will be located a five …

Hotels, Tourism »

[14 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

The world renowned investment company G2 Investment Group, plans to build two hotels, a couple of hundred villas, a congress hall, a private marina with 150 berths and a golf course -similar to Cypres Point and a private Californian golf club which are among the most beautiful in the world – in the vicinity of Šibenik. They will also turn the old Šibenik hotel ‘Krka’ into a luxury five star hotel. The main part of these super luxury facilities should be constructed on the peninsula Oštrica, near Šibenik, a forest …

Events, Tourism »

[14 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

For more than half a century, the Dalmatian city of Šibenik has been the city of children during the summer and so celebrates children`s imagination and creativity. Šibenik will this year also host children from all over the world during the 50th International Children`s Festival, a unique cultural manifestation of worldly proportions that has become a trademark of Šibenik. The festival offers the audience three main events: a review of domestic and international children`s groups, the workshop part of the program, where children are directly and publicly involved in creating, …

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[8 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

The Channel of St. Ante in Šibenik, one of the most beautiful parts of the Adriatic coast and one of the most glamorous sea entrances into the town, will finally become available to citizens and tourists. The left side of the Channel of St. Ante has been fenced off by barbed wire and forbidden to the public for decades. Rarely had anyone set foot on this part of the channel but thanks to the project of the Public institution for regulation of protected natural heritage of the Šibenik-Knin county, this …

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[23 Nov 2009 | No Comment | ]

Until recently, agrotourism on Miljevci was unthinkable since tourism in the Šibenik hinterland used to be an unknown category. After several family farms opened in the Pakovo Selo area, as well as two large factories for the production of smoked ham (pršut) on Miljevci and a number of firms that produce honey, olive oil and cheese, the road to agrotourism on this area is slowly being paved. In one of the seven villages on Miljevci, in Brištani, the family of Ante and Danica Bačić has recently opened a country household …

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[19 Nov 2009 | No Comment | ]

Wellness spa center Solaris is spread over 2,500 square meters and is located in the hotel resort Solaris, in the heart of Dalmatia, near Šibenik, on a beautiful peninsula right next to the sea. It is surrounded by rich Mediterranean greenery and a 4 km long beach, shielded by a series of islands. The wellness spa center is comprised of a complex of outdoor and indoor pools with heated sea and fresh water, underwater massage, a sauna area (Mediterranean grotta with aromatherapy, a Finnish sauna with a starlight ceiling and …

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[1 Okt 2009 | No Comment | ]
A Unique Park in the Historical City Centre

To everyone who has already visited Šibenik and taken a tour of its cultural and historical sights, as well as those visiting it for the very first time, this northern Dalmatian city always has a new face to discover, as well as numerous natural sights, attracting visitors. Though, after its renovation, the medieval monastery garden Sv Lovre (St Lawrence), located in the city centre, has been open for visitors for the past two years, it still attracts tourists with the same intensity. The renovation of the medieval Mediterranean garden was …