Grebaštica is situated in a beautiful bay, on the coast road D8, 13 km away from Šibenik. Grebaštica consists of several parts with extraordinary beauty. Banovci are in the centre, and here are all the necessary infrastructure institutions (the beach, the supermarket, the restaurant, the tourist office...). The proximity of the national parks Krka and Kornati contribute even more to Grebaštica’s attractiveness as a holiday destination.
In April, May and Juny we organize fishing trips and tracking dolphins by boat.
On our board you can have an unforgettable trip, with a pleasant atmosphere and funny time with a dolphins.
Šibenik (15km from Grebastica)
For fans of art and history, we warmly recommend a sightseeing trip to the ancient Dalmatian town of Šibenik, only 5km of Brodarica.
Šibenik is the oldest Croatian town on the Adriatic coast. It is also called Krešimir's town, since it was the residence of King Petar Krešimir IV, the most important ruler of the ancient Croatian state. The first written mention of Šibenik was found in King Krešimir's papers dating from 1066 A.D.
The St. Jacob's Cathedral is the most famous building in Šibenik. The erection of the cathedral took over a hundred years. It was made according to sketches by Juraj Dalmatinac, a renowned master builder from Zadar. Made of stone exclusively, its unique constructions were both bold and unusual for that time.
The cathedral is also known for its Apse, with a crown of 72 heads portraying the contemporaries of Juraj Dalmatinac in a very realistic manner.
Kornati is the most dense group of islands in the whole of the Mediterranean. It is located between the islands of Žirje, Dugi otok and Pašman. The arcipelago is divided into two groups: Lower Kornati consisting of Kornat and surrounding islands and Upper Kornati made of Sit, Žut and surrounding islands. Because of the extraordinary beauty of landscape, the abundance of natural bays and the rich sea flora and fauna, out of 152 of the Kornati islands, 89 of them were declared a national park in 1980.
Although the Kornati islands are not permanently inhabited, there are a few labourer's and fishermen's houses scattered around quiet, well preserved bays on islands like Žut, Sita, Kornat and the surrounding smaller islands. Nowadays, these houses have been made into restaurants and accommodation for the so-called "robinson tourism" and have become the favourite destination of navigators and other tourists.
The Krka National Park is located very near Grebastica, only about 25 kilometres away. The Krka River makes its way through the North Dalmatian plateau, creating a deep canyon, rich in waterfalls, lakes and vegetation. Within the 72 kilometres of Krka's course, its most beautiful and best preserved part spreads from old Croatian fortresses of Trošenj and Nečven to the Roški slap.
Krka is easy to reach by car if you travel from Grebastica in the direction of Šibenik and follow the sign-posts further on. One of the best ways to see Krka is to take a boat ride organized by the Krka National Park, leaving from the Roški slap.