Geographical and Historical Position
Šibenik is town in Northern Dalmatia, located at the mouth of the Krka River at the Adriatic Sea. It is the capital of Šibenik-Knin County and the oldest Croatian town on the Adriatic coast, mentioned for the first time in 1066 in a document written by King Petar Krešimir IV and therefore often called "Krešimir’s Town". The official status of a town assigned in the 13th century was also the main reason for the construction of its main symbol, the Cathedral of St. James, a celebrated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Šibenik is also often called "The City of Children", as it has been hosting the renowned International Children's Festival for almost 60 years.
Do not miss
- Visiting the Two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Cathedral of St. James and St. Nicholas Fort
- Checking Out Many Outstanding International Festivals and the Summer Stage of St. Michael's Fortress
- Sailing Through St. Anthony’s Channel, One of the Most Beautiful Parts of the Adriatic
- Enjoying the summer activities on the Banj beach with a unique view of the historic town centre
- Exploring ¨Game of thrones¨ filming locations