Sibenik Region

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If you want to enjoy the true beauty and creative art of nature in one small area and experience a wealth of centuries of cultural-historical monuments riding by bicycle, then this region is an excellent choice.

 

The area is a combination of the extremely rugged central Dalmatian coast in contrast with the mysterious, rocky, and incredibly water-rich hinterland. It is characterised by the traditional diversity of the islands (coral and sponge farming, wooden boat building, the inventor of the parachute, donkey races and so on) and the coastline with secluded coves, beaches and small picturesque villages, and the many fortresses and churches, in contrast with the expanse of the Dalmatian hinterland full of springs, lakes and rivers, windy plateaus and rocky mountains – Promina and the highest Croatian mountain – Dinara (1,831 m).


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City of Vodice is situated in central Dalmatia, close to the city of Šibenik and between beautiful historical towns Zadar and Split. The town of Vodice is a tourist centre famous for its lively and various tourist offer and pleasant people.
It is a coastal town located in a wide bay, 11 km northwest from the town of Šibenik, the centre of Šibenik-knin County and well-known tourist town, a city full of beauties, surrounded by beautiful archipelago, filled with Mediterranean spirit, liveliness, and numerous tourist attractions. Vodice are now among the most wanted Croatian tourist destinations thanks to clean environment, tourist attractions, entertainment and sporting events.


When you get to the holidays in Dalmatia, do not forget to visit the historic cities of Šibenik, Trogir, Split and Zadar. Šibenik will surely leave you breathless with a view of its cathedral of St. James, the city hall and four beautiful fortresses that reflect the history of the town. In Zadar you can see the remains of the ancient times, walk along the beautiful coast and listen to the sounds of the unique sea organs. Trogir is a city monument protected as UNESCO heritage, while Split is a unique city that has grown from the palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian. In addition to being historical and cultural sights, Dalmatian cities are well known for their excellent places for having fun and swimming.