Transfer from Split airport to Šibenik
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Šibenik lies almost in the middle of the Croatian Adriatic coast, in a picturesque and indented bay around the mouth of the river Krka. It is the center of a county which stretches along the 100 km long belt between Zadar and Split Rivieras. There are no boats to Šibenik but most of the many daily buses running between Split and Zadar make a stop there and there are frequent buses from Dubrovnik. Šibenik is also connected by daily trains to Zagreb and Split. Check the train schedules and book your ticket at www.RailEurope.com. Šibenik is the vacation destination for those seeking a mor authentic view of Dalmatian life. Šibenik is surrounded with several national parks and parks of nature which you must visit. The beauty of this kind can not be found anywhere else in the world and the value of the city and its surroundings has been recognized and protected by UNESCO.
BRODARICA AND KRAPANJ ISLAND
Brodarica is not a typical coastal village, it is located just 5 kilometers south of Šibenik and it stretches 5 km along the sea facing 9 islands and islets that make up a lagoon. What prevails when you choose Brodarica as your destination is a very good geographical position in Mid Adriatc coastal zone, vicinity of several national parks and a long tourist tradition. Krapanj is an islet in the Šibenik archipelago and is divided from the coast by a 300 meter wide channel that can be crossed by daily boat lines from Brodarica.
Drniš is an ideal town for hedonists, a town of the best Croatian smoked ham, wine and great homemade food where the tradition of Mediterranean, Oriental and Croatian culinary heritage melts into one. Drniš is situated in the hinterland of Šibenik-Knin County and is 33 kilomteres away from the administative center Šibenik. Drniš can be reached by land and by air. The closest airports are in Zadar and in Split; buses departing from Split or Šibenik are connecting the Adriatic coast to this historic town in the hinterland. It is close to some of the national parks of Croatia, such as Paklenica, Krka and Kornati. Other Adriatic destinations that are nearby Drniš are Vodice (43 km), Primošten (57 km), Šibenik (33 km).
NATIONAL PARK PAKLENICA
Paklenica is a Croatian National park that cover the most attractive parts of southern Velebit, as well as its highest peaks, all located in Lika region. The area of National Park Paklenica stretches 20 km along the Adriatic shoreline at the foot of South Velebit and has 79 endemic types of plants. The best way to reach NP Paklenica is by car or by bus, especially from Zadar and Šibenik. It takes about an hour to get from Šibenik to the two canyons of Great and Little Paklenica – the most beautiful part of the Velebit massif, which UNESCO has declared a part of the World Biosphere Reserve). Drive up to the park and explore the wonder of this majestic mix of the Adriatic Sea and the mountains.
NATIONAL PARK KRKA
Driving up to the National Park Krka, partly through the Dalmatian inland, you’ll pass some picturesque places from Šibenik to Skradin. Half an hour (19 km long drive) is all it takes to get to Krka; visit this hypnotic wonder of nature and enjoy in the pure air and calming surroundings of the beautiful waterfalls. One of the most amazing things to see next to this national park is the islet of Visovac in the Krka River with a Franciscan monastery and a church dating from the 15th century. Krka National Park follows the line of the Krka river, from its source in the foothills of the Dinaric mountains on its short journey through the dramatic karst landscape to its finish in the Adriatic.
The town of Skradin is located in the Šibenik-Knin County. It is a smaller town area.It borders with the River Krka and the Lakes Visovačko and Prukljansko which in reality represent submerged broadenings of the River Krka valley. Only a smaller part of the far northeastern part of this town area borders with the Zadar County. Skradin's marina is one of the best known marinas in the County and in Dalmatia. The easiest way to reach Skradin is by auto route A 1 (Split - Zagreb), then branch off onto the 3 kilometre long road leading to the town. The closest international airport is in Split at a distance of 60 kilometres by auto-route.
Knin is located near the source of the river Krka, at tri-border point of Lika, Bosnia and Dalmatia, at crossing of important roads between the Dalmatian inland and the seaside. That is the reason why Knin is often called Door to Dalmatia. International airport of Split and Zadar are located just an hour's drive from Knin. Knin is linked with the new highway Zagreb-Split at a junction near Šibenik, a 40 minute drive away from Knin, and by the Sveti Rok tunnel near Gračac which leads on to the national road D1. It is well connected with major Croatian seaports Split (100 km), Šibenik (60km) and Zadar (100 km) via regular bus line.