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There is an absolute harmony between the compact brown-beige welter of palaces, shambling streets of beautifully preserved Venetian influenced medieval towns, and the exuberance of shouting market stall owners, travelers on the move, waterfront restaurants with a smell of fresh local fish from the grill, small cafes at every corner, night clubs and avenues of the palm trees and olive plantations. There is something that all of us are missing - the life in its full intake.
 
Trogir (8km away): Built by ancient Greeks in third century BC, this antique and monumental city is spread like a fishnet between the seventeenth century Land Gate on one, and the Town Gate that leads to the seafront promenade, Riva. The thirteenth century Romanesque Cathedral, fifteenth century Tower Lodgia, and Venetian Gothic mansion Cipiko Place are just a few of Trogir s landmarks.
When the Tower Clock strikes dinner time, Alka, Kamerlengo, or Konoba Fontana will start serving superb grilled fish and shellfish, Top Balloon will smell on pizza, pasta and lasagna dishes, and Skrapa s wooden benches
will be filled up early. As far as drinking is concerned, the town squares are stuffed and the treys are full. When the Tower Clock strikes dinner time, Alka, Kamerlengo, or Konoba Fontana will start serving superb grilled fish and shellfish, Top Balloon will smell on pizza, pasta and lasagna dishes, and Skrapa s wooden benches will be filled up early. As far as drinking is concerned, the town squares are stuffed and the treys are full.
 
 
Split (35km away): So much to choose from The crumbling old town which grew out of the former Roman Emperor Diocletian s palace in 295 AD remains the central arteries of the city. Cathedral of St. Domnius, the fifteenth-century Town Hall, Franciscan Monastery with its frescos, the Gallery of Ivan Mestrovic, country s most famous sculptor, and utilitarian stone houses grouped tightly around narrow alleys of Veli Varos, are all worth of a great wander.
The wooded heights of Marjan peninsula will command more of the spectacular views over the coast and islands. The best place to start wandering is Riva, the waterfront and everlasting promenade of the locals,
tourists, sailors, islanders.They all gravitate towards this colorful scene of pavement cafes and fine jewelry shops with irresistible, unique, hand crafted Adriatic corals, filigree silver, crocheted gold. Bobis makes and serves the best ice cream, the freshest cakes. Nightlife is reach. Top-class drama, opera and classical music are all staged in the Croatian National Theatre. Split Summer Festival runs from mid-July to mid-August, and Fort Gripe is onlye among the numerous spots for open-air pop concerts.
 
     
National park Krka (44 km away): In the intact surrounding only 12 km from Sibenik towards Knin, scraping the edges of limestone rocks, the river Krka has formed the natural wander of 17 cascades and waterfalls set between the sun and its water broken reflection. Here everybody stays speechless and leaves with the everlasting collection of photographs.
 
     
The discotheque (15 km away): 5000 people will have a blast dancing on the floor of one of Croatian largest and most famous disco clubs. Aurora is a meeting point for thousands of young people who are constantly arriving from all over Croatia, Europe and other parts of the world!
 
     
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