The Sibenik Riviera is a unique pearl of Dalmatia. The crystal clear sea, beaches, a large number of islands and islets, authentic fishing villages, vineyards, and the remains of medieval towns, are some of the many beauties of this region. Here are located the two jewels of nature which makes this area very special: national park Krka where the 72 km long river Krka fights its way to Adriatic Sea through a tight canyons, creating magical cascades, waterfalls and lakes, and national park Kornati with over 89 beautiful islands and reefs.
Sibenik is a cultural and administrative center of the Sibenik Riviera and also the oldest city on the Adriatic Sea built by the Croats. The old core of Sibenik is one of the largest and best-preserved original medieval towns, and the historical center with the famous St. Jakov Cathedral is under the protection of UNESCO. Four city fortresses and numerous churches and monuments give evidence about the rich history of this region.
In Sibenik is since 1958 being held the International Children's Festival, a multidisciplinary multimedial cultural event unique in the world. Sibenik has always had leanings towards music, song and performing arts.
One of the attractive destinations on the Sibenik Riviera is a small town Primosten. The town has preserved its Mediterranean atmosphere and all the features of the medieval Mediterranean fishing village, which is mostly evident in its packed stone houses, churches and narrow streets in old core of the place. Primosten is also rich with long sandy beaches and nice promenade.
Vodice is a tourist center famous for its liveliness, diverse tourist offers and a range of entertainment.
Islands Krapanj and Zlarin are known as sponge harvesting and processing of coral. An unusual and interesting attraction are the women fishermen from the island Krapanj.
The rich cultural and historical heritage and natural beauties of the Sibenik Riviera provide a unforgettable holiday to every visitor.