A small city in the coast of the central Croatia, whose history, exceptionally, is not linked to Greeks or Romans, does not see its importance diminished.
Alternately governed by Croatians and Venetians for centuries, it owes to this presence the rich quantity and quality of Venetian details in its architecture.
Highlights in Sibenik:
The town’s main attraction is the cathedral of St James, which is UNESCO World Heritage. The loggia, close to the cathedral and two other churches are also worth mentioning.