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Trogir - (10 km east)

Once called Tragurion, as a settlement was founded by the Greek colonists, merchants from the island Issa ( Vis) in the 3rd century B.C., although on that small island where the first Greek settlement took place, as the recent arheological excavations have shown, the life commenced in the Prehistoric Period.

Later on, as a part of the Roman empire, Tragurium, roman oppidum, accented with high quality marble. At that time life wasn't just in the city, but in the fields and rustic villas. Trogir is a treasury of art, or the city museum as one of the leading art historian Bernard Berenson said. It is logical that this destination is one of the most interesting spots on croatian coast from the early beginnings of tourism in Croatia.

Split - (25 km east)

Is located on the Adriatic coast in Dalmatia in Split (Marjani) peninsula. Panoramic Split can get to see on the first Marjan Vidilica or the 11 km distant fortress that sees the entire Split and Split sea around the islands. Diocletian's Palace is the largest and best preserved Roman palace in the world.

The aqueduct that brings water from the source of the river Jadro is used partly today. Today are preserved complex of walls, 4 door (Gold - Porta Aurea, Silver - Porta Argentea, Iron - Porta Ferrea and Brass - Porta Aenea ), regal mausoleum (now the cathedral. Duje), corner towers, the Temple of Jupiter, or temple of all gods, the central square - Peristil, and directly south of the peristyle, vestibule.

Krka (50 km west)

Is one of the national parks in Croatia. The park is named after the river Krka, which is part of the park.

The National Park is located in central Dalmatia downstream from Miljevac, and only a few kilometers northeast of the city of Šibenik. It is well known for a large number of lakes and waterfalls.

Skradinski buk is the last, seventh and longest travertine barrier on the Krka River and one of the most famous natural beauties of Croatia.