Trip from Dubrovnik
to Sibenik

Trip details

Departure from Dubrovnik
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Sibenik
12:14h

Trip duration: 194min

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Places you can visit along the way

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Makarska
Croatia

105 min

Makarska is a favorite tourist destination for both, Croatians and foreigners. This is the reason why it can get quite busy in summer, but that... is also the reason why Makarska has a vibrant scene of restaurants and cafes, lots of shops and sites to see. The town residents are mostly proud of their many beautiful pebble beaches with pine trees and crystal blue waters. The most intriguing site in town is the Franciscan monastery that hosts an exquisite contemporary mosaic and a delicate shell museum which claims to have the largest collection of snails, shells and mussels in the world.

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Krka National Park
Croatia

165 min

Krka National Park is one of Croatia’s natural gems and it is a perfect spot for nature lovers. It includes the majority of the river... lakes and two ample waterfall systems - Roski Slap and Skradinski Buk. Besides being the natural paradise, the park also offers an ethno museum, the Visovac Monastery and many caves and ruins. Best of all, it is possible to swim in some locations in Krka National Park!

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Split
Croatia

135 min

Split is a town that should be high on every travelers “to do” list. Its rich cultural heritage includes Roman walls, squares, and temples and... Diocletian's Palace, located in the very center of the town, is one of the world's most impressive Roman monuments. Built in the 3rd and 4th centuries, today it is a fully-functional high street, home to Split’s exquisite restaurants, bars and shops. If you get tired of the vibrant street life and the buzzing waterfront promenade, relax on one of the many pebble and sandy beaches located all around the town.

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Omis
Croatia

90 min

The small Central Dalmatian town of Omis is greatly celebrated among adventurers but history enthusiasts as well. Its location among large cliffs and massive gorges... provides spectacular opportunities for free-climbers and all lovers of outdoor sports like canyoning, rafting and zip-lining. For those less audacious, there are many beautiful beaches of all kinds throughout the town. And if you are keen for some cultural uplift, Omis has 9 churches and 2 fortresses and a fascinating history related to the pirates as it was home infamous Pirates of Omis back in 13th and 14th century.

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Ston
Croatia

75 min

Did you know that the longest fortress walls in Europe and the second longest in the world after the Great Wall of China, are located... in Croatia? The walls of Stone were built in the 15th century and covered a total length of 7 kilometers, had 3 fortresses and 40 towers. This was the main defensive structures against Turkish attacks so the town was indeed impregnable from the side of the shore. Much of this can still be seen today, and the renovated part of the wall between Ston and Mali Ston can be walked in its entirety. There are some very steep sections but you will be awarded with some spectacular views from the top. Another reward waiting for you are the locally farmed oysters for which Ston is mostly renowned among Croatians.

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Trogir
Croatia

75 min

Trogir is a gorgeous medieval town on a tiny island located between the mainland and the bigger island Čiovo. Trogir’s heydays were between the 13th... and 15th centuries and many Romanesque and Renaissance buildings have remained beautifully preserved. On the main square is St. Lawrence Cathedral with the jaw-dropping famous portal of sculptor Radovan. But there are too many attractions to be listed here, just allow yourself to get a little lost and discover all the treasures on your own.