Nestled ideally between Split and Zadar, Šibenik can be anything you want it to be – a day trip or a base point. This is an authentic Croatian city, established by Croats, unlike many on the Adriatic coast, which gives Šibenik an edge, an air of uniqueness that suits it very well. The streets of the city of a capella singing still echo with song leading you to the stunning St. James' Cathedral, UNESCO site, with 72 heads of unknown individuals carved in stone around its façades by one of the greatest Croatian architects and sculptors of the medieval times Juraj Dalmatinac. Around the Cathedral, the uniquely preserved Renaissance Old Town core of Šibenik is a place for wandering and discovering all sorts of small treasures hidden away in side streets. Yes, Šibenik has the history of a great city, but still feels very cozy and comfortably familiar!
Šibenik Historic Pearl
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Ideally located between Zadar and Split , Sibenik is equally fantastic as a day trip as it is a town to stay in. Only 20 minutes away from the wonderful Krka waterfalls, this is also a great starting place for exploring the National Park Kornati and a super port for many cruises around the Adriatic islands. With much history, a great Dalmatian atmosphere and beautiful surrounding, Sibenik is definitely a place to consider if you are planning to explore the central Dalmatian region.