The name Vodice today invokes pleasant images in the memory of millions of tourists. Vodice has earned a top award named The Flower of Tourism, given to a town which invests in the constant improvement of its touristic offer. The Vodice Riva has won the title of the best Riva in Croatia.
A jury of experts has decided: life is the best on Vodice Riva! The Vodice marina meets very strict ecological criteria and, because of this, has received the European Blue Flag. Vodice is also extremely proud of its Blue Flag beach. The professionals have acknowledged the quality of Vodice touristic offer and have awarded it numerous awards, however the most important recognition Vodice has received are numerous satisfied visitors who return year after year.
This beautiful small city has so much to offer the tourist; from gastronomical delights and fabulous nightlife, to heaps of cultural interest and kilometers of amazing beaches, and off course you can find luxury Vodice accommodation, private Vodice apartments and rooms. We are a specialized tourist agency, focusing on private accommodation available to tourists in Vodice and Srima. With our extensive experience in the industry we can assist in choosing the ideal accommodation for you; plus we can answer all your questions in regard to day-trips, entertainment, the beaches, and so on. And while you’re in our beautiful city, we’re still here for you: our aim is to ensure that your stay is as enjoyable as possible.
We do hope this brief view of our wonderful city will assist in your decision to come and spend some time with us here in Vodice: we know you’ll love it as much as we do!.
Tribunj is an old fisherman’s village, renowned for its historical and traditional heritage: you’ll find Tribunj located on the Middle Adriatic coast, between Sibenik and Zadar.
In the 15th century Tribunj was first known as ‘Tribahunj’ and at that time the village was constructed on a small islet, surrounded by defense walls. The islet is still connected to the shore with small stone bridge.
It is known throughout the cost for its peaceful beaches and bays, clean sea, hospitality and marvelous food and restaurants; its inhabitants traditionally occupy themselves with fishing and agriculture. On 2003 new modern marina was built, providing 260 berths in the sea and 150 berths on the land. In August traditional donkey race is held, aiming to preservation of donkeys, as autochthon species.
Towns close to Tribunj are Vodice, renowned for its rich night-life (ideal for our younger visitors), beautiful beaches and its marina; the island of Murter, and National Parks Krka and Kornati archipelago.
Tribunj is a fabulous holiday destination, offering a combination of traditional and modern activities; you’ll create memories in Tribunj that will last a lifetime. Search the web to find affordable Tribunj accommodation and beautiful Tribunj apartments. The Tribunj hinterland with field and cycling paths and trails cutting across typical Dalmatian olive groves and plantations of vines and thus leading visitors to panoramic sites on the Križine hill serve as an invitation to all cyclists, mountaineers and walkers to experience the magic of this region and get a complete and picturesque overview of Tribunj.
Tourists love Pirovac, Pirovac accommodation and Pirovac apartments! It’s a lively, beautiful town with so much to see and do. The busy and industrious hands of inhabitants throughout the centuries have ornamented this beautiful place with historic monuments of everlasting value. It is situated at the farthest western point of the county of Sibenik and Knin. Pirovac is a municipal center, and it’s the most important municipal tourist center of the Sibenik Riveria next to Vodice, Primosten and Murter. The stunning beauty of the well-indented coastal region, magnificent sunsets, sandy beaches and numerous coves, the mild climate, clean and warm sea, the vegetation, centenary olive-groves and pine forests – all these wonders of Pirovac are guaranteed to delight the most discerning visitor to this region.
This place will give you the possibility to explore the hidden beauties by yourselves. Walking through the beautiful nature, bike rides, sports and recreational activities, sailing, diving, visiting historical and cultural antiquities, tasting Dalmatian specialties… there are numerous possibilities for pleasant holidays and enjoyment. Pirovac is adorned by numerous attractions which are the reflection of the past times when this area was a significant center of the knights Templars. The old part of the town on the coast with its medieval walls and “The Gates of the village“ are one of the most interesting symbols of Pirovac and the motive of your camera.
Right up to this very day to you can see the signs of Pirovac’s rich and stormy past because all monumental and cultural aspects of this region have been preserved. While visiting this area you’ll feel the tenacious resistance of past centuries to foreign conquerors; all remembered and preserved by hard-working citizens.
Murter is the largest and the oldest town on the island of Murter. Murter is often referred to as the ‘Capital of Kornati’ because the local residents own almost all of the Kornati, including the neighbouring islands. In fact, the residents of Murter own every seventh island in Croatia, so one couldn’t possibly understand the island’s development and the lives of these people without considering their strong ties to the sea.
Located on the hill Gradina in the old Roman town of Colentum you’ll see historically valuable archaeological findings and bear witness to the importance of the location of Murter. Over the course of time Murter grew in size until it reached Slanica Bay, which is located in the south-west of the island. This is where the most beautiful beach in the whole Šibenik riviera can be found – the famous Slanica beach. You can find beautiful Murter accommodation here, hotels, hostels, rooms and Murter apartments.
Due to residents’ growing concentration on the sea, the newer part of Murter was built on the coast of a large bay called Hramina. For a very long time it was believed that the name Murter was connected with ‘death’. Still, it is most likely that it was named after “mortarium” – a concave trough made of stone, which used to be a part of the oil-press. The origin of the name bears witness to an old tradition of olive growing in this area. Olive oil from Murter is widely known and enjoyed. If you visiting Murter and want to find a vacation apartments in Murter, please visit MurterAccommodation.com to book your holiday!