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The richest, most beautiful archipelago in the Adriatic; Kornati National Park is made up of 140 uninhabited islands, islets, reefs and is surrounded by unimaginable crystal clear water.
The Krka National Park extends from the Adriatic Sea and all along the River Krka. With its cascades of gorgeous waterfalls, gorges and canyons, you’ll also find historic monuments to explore.
The village of Murter is an ideal base for exploring the spectacular Kornati National Park. There are ancient Roman buildings and churches to explore or simply relax on one of its inviting beaches.
Linked to the mainland by a causeway, Primošten is one of the most attractive towns along the Adriatic. The stone houses, churches and medieval streets are dominated by a large belfry.
Rogoznica is a quiet Mediterranean port town located in a cove between Split and Šibenik. It is a favourite with yachts-people because of its great location and its lovely Marina Frapa.
A historic port town offering the mixture of gothic, medieval, baroque and renaissance architecture with churches, museums and palaces, a proud home of the UNESCO protected St James Cathedral.
Encircled by the remains of the Roman settlement of Colentum, village of Betina is located on Murter, the largest island in the Šibenik archipelago, connected to the mainland by a drawbridge.
Slanica is one of the most popular beaches located on Murter, offering exceptional views of Kornati Islands. A mix of paved and sandy surfaces with shallow waters makes it ideal for families.