Sibenik Riviera occupies the central part of northern Dalmatia. Thanks to the cultural and historical heritage, national parks and a large number of islands, it's one of the most attractive tourist regions in Croatia. Sibenik Riviera stretches from Pirovac to place Razanj and comprises more than 200 islands, islets and reefs. In its hinterland it's bounded with mountain Dinara.
Sibenik Riviera has two national parks - Kornati National Park - attracts with the beauty of archipelago, and Krka National Park - offers an unforgettable experience of a canyon river Krka with lakes and waterfalls. In the central part of the Adriatic, there is a special group of islands - Kornati. Due interesting geomorphology, exceptional beauty, diverse and rich marine life, 1980th the greater part of the Kornati archipelago was declared a national park. National park Kornati today occupy an area of 220 km2 and includes 89 islands, islets and rocks, with approximately 185 km of coastline.
Sibenik is the center of Sibenik Riviera, and along with a rich historical heritage it provides restaurants, shopping malls and cinema complexes. You will be inspired of one of the most important Renaissance buildings in Croatia, popular St. James Cathedral. The old town's center is full of forts, monuments and churches, where you can feel the connection between different cultures. The most visited is the fort St. Michael , while the fort st. Nicholas is one of the best sea fortresses in the Mediterranean. Sibenik is the city with the highest organ and stairs throughout Croatia.
Vodice is a tourist destination known for its wide variety of private and hotel accommodation, a number of cultural monuments. In Vodice you can try a variety of water sports: sailing, diving and taste the specialties of the region at one of the restaurants.
Primosten is a place about 38 km away from Zaton, partly located on a small island that has previously been linked to the mainland by a bridge. The bridge was eventually replaced by a causeway, and Primosten became a peninsula. The place kept all the characteristics of Mediterranean fishing village that can be seen in the old stone houses and narrow streets in the old town. During the summer in Primosten held various events, fishing evenings, folklore nights and concert evenings.