Only within 10 kilometres of distance there are two bigger urban centres: Rogoznica and Primošten. If you follow the main road further on north-east you will arrive to Šibenik, a town known for its famous Cathedral of St. James. If you, however, follow the main road towards south-east you will come upon Trogir, a town under the protection of UNESCO, known for being a city-monument. Only a 45-miute-ride towards south is the town which is the centre of Dalmatia – Split. The town is known for the Diocletian’s Palace and many other monuments.



Rogoznica a small fishing town, the safest harbour on the Adriatic coast and an excellent starting point for a number of excursions to the nearby places


Primošten Croatia

Is beautiful old town located on a peninsula, many charming long beaches and small inlets kissed by brystal clear sea.


Kornati Croatia

National Park of Kornati is the bigger part of the Kornati archipelago in the Croatian part of the Adriatic Sea, in central Dalmatia, west from Šibenik, in the Šibenik-Knin County. This very sea-and-rock labyrinth consists of 140 uninhabited islands and islets. There are organized excursions from Primošten for the guests.


National Park of Krka, with its seven waterfalls and the total drop in altitude of 242 metres, the Krka is a natural and krast phenomenon.

Slapovi Krke


Šibenik is the oldest native Croatian town on the sea shore, the capital and the cultural, educational, political and economical centre of the Šibenik-Knin County. The Cathedral of St. James is the most significant architectural monument of the 15th and 16th century in Croatia. Given its outstanding cultural importance, it has been under the UNESCO protection since 2000



Trogir is located on the coast of Kaštela Bay, on an island between Čiovo and the main land, with a stone bridge connecting it to the main land. Trogir takes the breath away with its cultural-historical monuments, narrow streets and artistic collections with numerous masterpieces.

Trogir, promenade


Split – it is the largest town of Dalmatia, and the second biggest town of Croatia. While it does not necessarily impress with its size, it definitely impresses with its vivid spirit. The town is located between Žrnovnica on east and Jadro on west. The town’s sun-bathed waterfront (the incredible number of 2700 hours of sun throughout the year) – Riva – is a location in the centre of the town which cannot be missed. At one end it will lead you into Marmontova Street from where you can enter into the very core of the Diocletian’s Palace, the symbol of Split, which was built in the 4th century and remains well-preserved even today. The central tourist attraction in the Palace is the Cathedral of St. Domnius, located on the stone square called Peristil: from the top of its bell tower you can enjoy a spectacular view. The park Marjan reminds of a large racetrack and you can certainly feel the sport spirit of the town which is the home town of many famous, successful Croatian sportspeople in tennis, athletics, football, basketball, sailing, rowing, boxing… At the other end of Riva, past the train and bus station and the harbour you will come across the most famous town’s beach – Bačvice. On that beach, even during the winter months, you are very likely to come across a bunch of player playing picing, a local sport. It is, also, the centre of night life, which is not to be missed, especially if you want to witness for yourself the phenomenon of the “town with the most beautiful girls in the world”.

Split, Coast