Tourist board of Zlarin

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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.


  • Street: Sunčana obala 14
  • Postcode: 22232
  • City: Zlarin
  • Country: Croatia


  • Telephone: +385(0)22 553 557
  • Fax: +385(0)22 553 557
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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