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Tribunj is a typical Dalmatian town and harbor on the peninsula, with its narrow streets and densely built houses, located 4 km west of Vodice and known for the cleanest sea in the Adriatic. The local residents live mainly from tourism, agriculture and fishing. The old part of town is located on an island which is connected to the mainland by a stone bridge. Tribunj was founded by refugees from surrounding villages, and here you can visit monuments such as the church of St. Nicholas, the Turkish fort Jurjevgrad, the remains of the church of the Virgin Mary, etc. Sports enthusiasts can enjoy tennis, bowling, indoor soccer and sailing as well as diving schools. The clear blue sea and rich flora and fauna make it an ideal place for swimming and underwater safaris. The Rupa cove and several other smaller inlets west of the village have several beaches of which the most beautiful and popular is the Sovlja beach. Tribunj has a marina with 240 berths and 150 places on the mainland. The particularity of Tribunj is that when the fishermen return from sea the waterfront becomes a fresh fish and crab market. We recommend that you visit the tavern "Bepo", restaurant "Lanterna", restaurant "Tople", tavern "Roko" and the tavern "Simon" in order to try their fish delicacies. As with every other Dalmatian town, during the summer Tribunj organizes traditional feasts and the best known is the "Tribunj Night" and the "Fisherman's Night". Their greatest celebrations are the feast of the Assumption (15.08.) and the Feast of St. Nicholas (06.12.). Those looking for fun until the early morning hours can visit many discos in Vodice. Be sure to visit Vodice, Šibenik and Primošten.
Vodice is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Adriatis. It is a city which takes pride in its tradition and old age and is located along the coast in a wide bay. The city is winner of the “Touris flower” award given to cities with a specially attractive tourism offer. The city is home to one of the most popular night clubs on the Adriatic, the Hacienda. It is rich with cultural monuments, of which we recommend the following: Karmel church (located on the Okit hill), Čorić tower, St. Elijah church, church of the Holy Cross and the parish church of the Holy Cross with its bell tower. Sports and recreation lovers can enjoy beach volleyball, soccer, basketball, cycling, scuba diving, sea fitness, rental of floaters, kayaks or speedboats and many other activities.
Šibenik is the oldest self settled city on the Adriatic and is located at the mouth of the river Krka. Get acquainted with the history of this city by visiting its many museums, galleries and historical monuments. Of its historical monuments we recommend you visit the fortresses of St. Michael, St. Nicholas, St. John and Šubičevac, the Cathedral of St. Jacob, St. Francis church, St. Dominic’s church, Four Wells and others. Of its museums and galleries we recommend you visit the Šibenik City Museum, AG Gallery, St. Krševan Gallery, Madrigal. During the summertime, Šibenik hosts various festivals such as the International Children’s Festival, Šibenik Evening, Evenings of Dalmatian Chansons, Organ Summer School and Šibenik Cultural Summer.
Primošten is an island town, surrounded by seven smaller islands. It is a typical Mediterranean town which is best seen in its small streets and small stone houses in the center of the old town. It is home to two beautiful small churches: the church of St. George, built in 1485, and the church of St. Rocco, built in 1680. Those who enjoy sports may take part in playing tennis, table tennis, mini golf, beach volleyball, parasailing, jet-ski riding, as well as scuba diving for beginners and the experienced.
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* prices for June 2015 based on the maximum capacity for a minimum stay of 7 days