Sibenik

Overview

Only 80km north of Split on Croatia’s Adriatic Coast is the unspoilt town of Sibenik. Its little streets leading to attractive squares, cafes and many sights make it a great town to visit on any trip to Croatia.

It’s most famous sight is the Cathedral of St. Jakov and is one of the most beautiful and important renaissance buildings in Croatia. The Town Hall is also worth visiting as well as the many churches, squares, palaces and fortresses spread throughout the town.

Sibenik’s popularity is enhanced by its proximity to the Krka National Park with its stunning landscape and relaxing atmosphere.

The narrow streets of Sibenik are lined with small shops and stalls where you can purchase souvenirs and post cards as well as local crafts such as vases, or spend an afternoon at one of the many cafes.

In the evening after a delicious meal in a local restaurant head out just 1km from the town to the Aurora club. The club is very popular for all night drinking and dancing and can accommodate almost 3,000 people.

Highlights

Cathedral St. Jakov

The Cathedral St. Jakov is a classified UNESCO world heritage site and is one of the most important renaissance buildings in Croatia. Built in the 15th century, the cathedral lies underneath the fortress walls of the old town area and its beautiful lime stone and marble architecture is simply stunning.

Krka National Park

The Krka National Park is one of the main attractions enticing visitors to Sibenik. Just a short drive from the town the national park is a land of lakes and waterfalls with a lush, green and beautiful landscape.

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