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'Katarina' ← <b>2,5 km</b> → <b>Rogoznica</b> 'Katarina' ← <b>15 km</b> → <b>Trogir</b> 'Katarina' ← <b>35 km</b> → <b>Šibenik</b> 'Katarina' ← <b>6 km</b> → <b>Primošten</b> 'Katarina' ← <b>35 km</b> → <b>Split</b>


Rogoznica is situated in Sibensko – Kninska County, and is about 34 kilometers far away from Sibenik. It is somewhere in the middle of Sibenik and Split. It is a small mostly fishermen’s place, but lately becoming valuable tourist destination too. Total population of Rogoznica area is 2391 inhabitants, but just Rogoznica has about 800 inhabitants. Accommodation capacities are in private apartments and villas. Most of them are just by the sea, with small beaches. During the summer this place is full of events of all kinds, and most popular is Fishermen’s night. Most popular sights are old Church of St. Ivan from the year 1324, and chapel of St. Nikola.


Trogir is the town situated 30 kilometers away from Split, the center of Dalmatia. It is located near the airport. The town lies half on land and half on the island of Ciovo and the bridge links the two. Trogir is a town rich in history and together with Ciovo makes an interesting tourist destination. The city is under UNESCO protection for its numerous monuments. It was settled in the 3rd century BC by Greek colonists. It fell under the influence of Venice in the 15th century, but still kept Croatian spirit and language. Turbulent history had left numerous monuments in the city that give it its unique atmosphere. Tourists love to walk through its narrow streets and squares, eating in its numerous picturesque restaurants, shopping in its small stores or drink coffee on its waterfront where many luxurious yachts dock and give it a special charm.


Primosten has a unique location on a small peninsula between the bay Raduca and Primosten. Historic city center lies on a hill and is characterized by numerous small streets that lead to the church of St. George, built in 1485. and renovated in 1760., which is close to the town and cemetery. The cemetery has a beautiful view of the open sea and the countryside of Primosten. Primosten is known as one of the most romantic cities in Dalmatia for its narrow streets between which shines bright blue sea and sunny beaches protected with shadows of trees. Primosten is surrounded by vineyards which give a well-known red wine Babic. We also recommend a visit to Zlarin, where you can admire the coral reef. Primosten boasts one of the biggest disco clubs in Croatia 'Aurora'.


Šibenik lies almost in the middle of the Croatian Adriatic Coast, in the picturesque and indented bay around the mouth of the river Krka, one of the most beautiful Karst rivers in Croatia. Today Šibenik is the administrative, political, economic, social and cultural center of a county which stretches along the 100 kilometer long belt between the Zadar and Split Rivieras, reaching up to 45 kilometers deep into the hinterland.The Šibenik region covers about 1,000 square kilometers and is composed of an island and a coastal region, and its hinterland. The county of Šibenik has 242 islands, islets and rocks. Most of this archipelago lies in the north-west part of Šibenik's waters and is very indented, bare and sparsely inhabited. The county of Šibenik has only 10 island settlements. The most numerous group of islands are the Kornati, widely known for their bizarre shapes and luxurious and magnificent landscapes. From Šibenik bay the open sea and the islands are reached through a narrow winding channel about 10 kilometers long and 300 - 1200 meters wide. Although the coastal belt of the Šibenik region reaches only several kilometers inland, to the Trtar mountain chain and Mt. Svilaja in the south-east, 66 % of all its population lives here. After World War II it went through very rapid urbanization. Almost all the production edacities, business activity and strength of the Šibenik county are concentrated here.


Split – the center of Middle Dalmatia which is 1700 years old! Roman emperor Diocletian had a good reason to built his palace in this place, which can still be confirmed today by Split's many visitors. You can see for yourself and experience Dalmatian charm and see what it is made of by coming to the town. Go for a walk around town and let it tell you its story, supported by its many cultural monuments. In the evening visit you can visit many bars or discotheques, see some of theater performances, go to a good concert or to a photograph exhibition. All these many events are parts of a cultural festival called Splitsko ljeto (Summer in Split). Preserve your memories in a bottle of olive oil or a bouquet of rosemary that will remaind you of summer for a long time