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Fra. Nikole Ruzica bb, 22000 Sibenik

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boot 2020 hall map (Hall 13): stand A33

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boot 2020 fairground map: Hall 13

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Sailing and Yachting

The Šibenik Archipelago is an excellent place for sailing and yachting, as there are a great number of peaceful and uninhabited islets grouping around larger, albeit still quite small islands of the area. The charming green patches of land scattered across the friendly sea, particularly from the islands of Zmajan and Kaprije westward, are ideal for romance, contemplation, swimming and soaking up serenity and beauty of crystal-clear sunny beaches.

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St. Anthony's Channel

The stunning landscape of the Channel of St. Anthony, publicly protected since 1974, encompasses the area from the Šibenik Bridge to the Venetian Fortress of St. Nicholas and the surrounding sea. No one has yet passed through the Channel of St. Anthony without experiencing awe at this rare sight of beauty. The channel is just over 2000 m in length, 220 m in width and 40 m in depth. During earlier times the channel had strategic importance, so an iron chain was strung up from one side of the strait to the other to prevent enemy boats from entering large Škar Harbour.

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Lake Prokljan and Zaton Bay

The splendidly placid waters of Lake Prokljan and Zaton Bay merge into a magnificent mixture of fresh and salt water, and together with Krka National Park to the east, as well as Šibenik Bay and St. Anthony's Channel to the southwest, create one grand continuous body of water. The brackish waters of these two amazing waterways are an incredibly rich habitat of many endemic species, and the surrounding area is renowned for its natural diversity, lush coastal vegetation and the abundant sources of seafood.

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About us

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Geographical and Historical Position

Šibenik is town in Northern Dalmatia, located at the mouth of the Krka River at the Adriatic Sea. It is the capital of Šibenik-Knin County and the oldest Croatian town on the Adriatic coast, mentioned for the first time in 1066 in a document written by King Petar Krešimir IV and therefore often called "Krešimir’s Town". The official status of a town assigned in the 13th century was also the main reason for the construction of its main symbol, the Cathedral of St. James, a celebrated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Šibenik is also often called "The City of Children", as it has been hosting the renowned International Children's Festival for almost 60 years.