Tourist board of Tisno
Your vacation in Tisno is going to be memorable due to beautiful long beaches, pine trees that occasionally throw shadow onto the edge of the sea, long romantic walks along seashore, tasty bite of traditional food, friendly people and tranquillity that surrounds this unique tourist destination. You will fall in love with our island and you can be sure that you will find so many interesting corners to explore. Exceptional Dalmatian stone houses, narrow streets, wide squares, lush, widespread Mediterranean vegetation along the seafront and many taverns and restaurants are everything you need for a pleasant stay.
Tourist board of Tribunj
The picturesque Dalmatian village and the accompanying Sovlje are located in the heart of the Šibenik-Knin county. The advantage of Tribunj is its geographic position and the fact that it is divided into urban, mainland part and the peninsular historical core which now houses the municipal buildings, the Tourist Board office, post, rectory, cultural centre and a few hospitality establishments. The authentic image of compact houses and narrow streets is completed by a beautiful view of the two islands of the Tribunj archipelago - Lukovnjak and Logorun.
Tourist board of Vodice
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.
The town of Vodice numbers 10,000 inhabitants, and is considered an ideal place for vacation where everyone can find something that they will enjoy.
Winery Birin is the first winery in the area of Vodice, owned by the local family Birin whose vineyards are located in nearby fields. For generations, viticulture and winemaking have been passed on from generation to generation and hard-working members of the Birin family have perfected their knowledge, techniques and technology. The winery today offers a blend of modern and traditional and produces over 15,000 litres of wine annually. In the vineyards of the Birin winery, there are only autochthonous varieties of the Šibenik region: Debit, Maraština, Plavina, Babić... and yet all the wines produced are modern and adapted to today's market.
As part of the winery, there is also an authentic tasting house where visitors can taste and choose their favourites from Birin's rich wine range.
- We recommend:
Debit - a fruity, long-lasting, fresh wine that is ideal for every occasion in the summer,
Maraština - typical wine of Vodice area, characterized by its intense, aromatic taste and the full body,
- Rose - moderate freshness, reminiscent of aromas of strawberries and blueberries, ideal for summer days,
- Babić - a black, dry ruby colour wine, a pleasant scent and a full-bodied flavour.
Tourist board of Zlarin
ISLAND OF ZLARIN – OASIS OF PEACE AND BEAUTY
Zlarin is a small island placed in the Dalmatian coast in Croatia, close to the city of Šibenik.
Administratively, it belongs to the Šibensko-kninska county. During the winter there are around 270 residents. That number increases to approximately 3000 residents in the summer. In its history, Zlarin had large population migrations. It is an island from which people left, but also continued living on. Did you know that Zlarin has the longest island seafront in Croatia? It is 131 meters long and 16 meters wide from where you have an amazing view.
Its highest spot is hill Klepac (169 m) from which you will have an unforgettable view. From the top of the hill, during the sunny days, you can see the mountain of Velebit and far into the distance, the volcanic island of Jabuka.
From this spot, Šibenik is very close to you. There are cypress forests, pine forests, rosemary forests, figs, olives and other Mediterranean plants. Internal parts of the island are uninhabited, covered with dense forests and underbrush. It’s called the green island with right.
The climate is Mediterranean, middle Adriatic type. The prevailing wind is jugo. Because of being close to the land, climatic characteristics are transitional.