About Croatia and how to?
Where to stay? How to arrive? Travel agencies? Importing live animals? Travelling with pets and responsibility? Maximum number of animals? Conditions? Updates from Croatia? …
Arrival by car, air, bus, rail, sea. Speed limits, regulations, petrol stations, airports, ferry lines…
Is it safe to travel to Croatia? Entry into the Republic of Croatia for foreign citizens. I am a citizen of a Member State of the EU/EEA and I have booked tourist accommodation in the Republic of Croatia. What documents do I need to have to enter the Republic of Croatia? Are the borders open? Are there flights to Croatia? Are there any domestic flights operating within Croatia? Are hotels currently operation in Croatia and if not, when are hotels, camps and other accommodation expected to reopen? Are restaurants open? Are beaches, parks and outdoor recreational facilities open? Are private boats allowed to enter Croatian waters and or mooring in Croatia? What is the situation with nautical tourism? Is there public transportation available within Croatia? Within and/or to and from various cities and regions. Is there passenger traffic and or public ferry transport available to and from the Croatian islands? Transiting through Croatia…
Read more about these corona questions here:
The river Krka (75 km) has specific meaning for the counties total economy, especially in tourism. Krka is a phenomenal rocky lime ground, which has unique cascade like canyons that created a natural beauty with miraculous formations of tuff barriers. Great tourist attractions are the Roški Slap (waterfall), the Visovac Lake and the little island of Visovac on which the Franciscan monastery St. Archangel is located, the restored mills, the stamping mills and ethno-collection.
A section of the course of the Krka, from Knin to Skradin was pronounced a national park in 1885 due to its exceptional nature and scientific and cultural historic value.
Is distinguished by the intentness of the shore and the picturesque archipelago consisting of 242 islands, islets and reefs, of which only 6 are populated (Murter, Kaprije, Žirje, Prvić, Zlarin and Krapanj. The most popular group of islands is the Kornati, consisting of 148 islands, islets and cliffs.
Covers an area of 2939 km2 and based on the 2001 Census, has 112070 residents. Making up this county are the following towns: Šibenik, Knin, Drniš, Vodice, Skradin and municipalities: Bilice, Pirovac, Tisno, Tribunj, Murter, Primošten, Rogoznica, Cviljane, Ervenik, Kijevo, Kistanje, Orlić, Promina, Ružić, Unešić.
The county is located in the northern Dalmatian area where the river Krka flows from the Dinara to the Adriatic Sea, as well as from Pirovac to Rogoznica and makes up a unique political-economical and geographical trafficking entirety.
Central European Time
220 V, 50 Hz
Safe to drink
All bills should be paid in Croatian kuna’s. Most credit cards accepted. Foreign currencies may be exchanged in banks, post offices, hotels and licensed exchange bureaus. Automated teller machines dispense Croatian kuna’s.
IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS:
Regional tel. cod …….+385(0)22
Emergency call …….112
Fire brigade …….93
Coastal rescue service …….9155
Road assistance …….987
Bus terminal Šibenik …….060-368-368
Local ferry lines (Šibenik area) …….213-468
Tribunj has been located in the very heart of Dalmatia, only 15 km from Šibenik and 60 km from Zadar. Tribunj has excellent transport connections, with close access to Adriatic motorway and two airports, but, at the same time, it is sufficiently distant from frequent roads to provide the peace and serenity you prefer for a vacation. Tribunj developed from a medieval fortress Jurjevgrad, mentioned in the 13th century, which spread onto a picturesque peninsula crossing over an old stone bridge. Packed houses, narrow streets, numerous churches, fort and castle ruins are the testimonies of the rich and troubled history which contribute to that special Dalmatian atmosphere. Nowadays, people of Tribunj are renowned fishermen and olive oil producers who also provide tourist services. Accommodation is available in private apartments, hotels and camping site, while Tribunj’s marina with 260+ berths is a true nautical oasis. The indented coastline, clean waters, diving and sailing schools, taverns and traditional menus, performances of harmony-singing groups, public festivities and vicinity of national parks Krka and Kornati will satisfy the most demanding guests. Furthermore, the intact, fairy tale-like surroundings of Tribunj with unspoiled nature, fields, vineyards and olive groves, and preserved traditional buildings bring you back to the genuine Mediterranean. Arranged field roads and trails are ideal for cyclists, hikers and walkers.
Built for over a century, is a testimony of persistency, sacrifice and belief of the generations of inhabitants of Šibenik. By many things it is unique not only in the Croatian architecture, but in the European as well: it is entirely built of stone, no other material being used; it is unique by the brave structure of stone slabs and ribs, with no binding material. Its construction was started by Francesco di Giacomo in 1431, Niccolo di Giovanni Fiorentino finished it in 1536 and it was designed by the greatest artist and builder of the 15th century, Georgius Mathei Dalmaticus.
Tribunj received new live camera pointing the old city center
Here you can watch Tribunj in live stream 🙂
It is a great location that covers old Tribunj and sea. It will be cool in summer time when there are many events happening. The camera is pointed at the spot where each summer a traditional donkey race is held.
You can also find live cameras in nearby places like Vodice, Murter and all around Croatia.