Šibenik is the southernmost destination on the list. Šibenik is most famous for its architecture, which testifies to a rich medieval and Renaissance history of the city. There are as many as four fortresses in the city, the most famous of which is the St. Nicholas Fortress dating back to the Renaissance.
The symbol of the town is the Cathedral of St. James built in the 16th century. The construction of the cathedral spanned over a hundred years. The Cathedral of St. James is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. What’s special about this cathedral is the way in which it was constructed. It was built entirely from stone blocks without the use of any binding materials.
Vodice and Primošten are located near Šibenik. They are one of the most popular party destinations on the Croatian coast, very popular among young people, but also destinations which can satisfy the needs of all guests. The vibrant night life attracts more and more tourists every year. The most famous night clubs in Vodice are Hacienda, Makina and Exit, and the most popular beach bar is Hookah. Aurora, one of the best clubs on the Adriatic, is located in Primošten.