Šibenik might be the most fascinating Croatian city you haven’t heard of yet…
This UNESCO city with more history, culture and heritage than one can imagine is home to not only the International Children’s Festival, but numerous stunning fortresses, gorgeous beaches, and much more.
Šibenik is connected with the open sea by the vivid, narrow and curving St.Antony’s Channel. The entrance to the channel is protected by the Renaissance fortress of St.Nicolas, which along with three other town fortresses – St.Michael, St.John and Barone, is a symbol of the centruies-old undefeated history of Sibenik.
Our guides are expert and enthusiastic and will take you to see all of the old town Šibenik’s ancient treasures from the Monastery of St. Francis and medieval palaces to the natural beauty of the Mediterranean garden, where you will find the perfect setting for a romantic photograph.
Šibenik Walking Tour begins in the centre of Šibenik near the monument to King Kresimir IV and ends at the Cathedral of St. James.
On the way, you will discover perfectly preserved historic Old Town centre. First of all, you will visit the Church and the Monastery of St. Francis.
After that, you will visit the Church of St. John, the Church of St. Lawrence, the Lourdes Grotto, the Square of the Four Fountains, the oldest street in Sibenik and some beautiful medieval palaces.
Our guide will also lead you through the picturesque narrow stone streets to the peaceful medieval Mediterranean garden of St. Lawrence, which has been carefully restored after more than 10 years of neglect and is one of the few in Europe. At the end of the tour, you will visit the Townhall and finally the famous Cathedral of St. James.