Things to see

Krka National Park

National park Krka, named after a river, is a natural phenomenon, famous for its beautiful waterfalls like Skradinski buk and Roški slap. You can explore the park by boat or on foot, walking over wooden bridges. It is best for visiting during the spring and summer, when its rich flora and fauna look magnificent.

St. James Cathedral

This Gothic-Renaissance cathedral in Sibenik from 15th century, built entirely from stone, is included on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. It is the impressive work of famous master builder Juraj Dalmatinac, and contains 72 sculptures of heads on the apses, that still continue to amaze visitors.

Kornati National Park

Kornati archipelago national park with 89 islands is a real nautical paradise of pristine nature. Numerous small and peaceful bays with crystal clear sea make a fascinating landscape. This are a perfect location for escaping the urban noise and loose yourself in the harmony of sea and stone.


This is the small island inside the Krka national park, known for Franciscan church and monastery from the 17th century. On the island you can find almost 200 plant species and numerous interesting animals, like peacocks or turtles. The monastery also has a rich library and the museum worth visiting.


Trogir is a picturesque little town 30 minutes of drive away from Rogoznica. Often called “museum town”, situated on a small island connected to the mainland by bridge, it is a mix of Renaissance, baroque and Romanesque architecture. In 1997 it was included at UNESCO World Heritage List.


With a beautiful setting by the Krka national park, this is one of the oldest Croatian cities, 6000 years old. It is situated 15 kilometers from Sibenik, and offers a unique, peaceful atmosphere, with magical location and a rich history. It was recently visited by some world celebrities including Bill Gates.