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Dalmatia, Croatia

Style & Luxury in the heart of Dalmatia

D-Resort Šibenik is a stylish, design-rich hotel, fully blended with the beautiful landscape of the Central Dalmatian coast. An extraordinary and enchanting fusion of the old world with the sleek and modern elegance of the new.

The hotel was designed in a winding form to complement the shape of Mandalina peninsula. White concrete lines divide the rooms which have built-in glass walls overlooking the Adriatic Sea. Each villa is different, asymmetric, and when viewed from the marina, it seems they are peeking out of the rock.

Located in the award-winning super-yacht marina D-Marin Mandalina, it offers an amazing view of the Šibenik Old Town, the oldest Croatian city with 950 years of rich history.

The hotel combines a unique set of services to create an exclusive, yet relaxed atmosphere in which guests will always feel welcome.

Šibenik is becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination with its rich historical heritage, top gastronomy, various cultural events, popular clubs, and breathtaking nature. It is the home of numerous restaurants offering excellent local and international cuisine. You can choose between traditional restaurants, known as “konoba”, wineries, or fine dining restaurants.

Each year, Šibenik hosts various national and international cultural and music events, which take place in the historic centre of the city and its famous fortresses.

Šibenik is a beautiful, historical city on the Adriatic coast.

Unlike the neighboring cities built by Greeks, Illyrians and Romans, Šibenik was established by native Croats. Although excavations reveal the existence of early settlers, the name for this oldest Croatian city was first mentioned in 1066.

Beautiful architecture - high stone houses and churches, winding cobblestone streets, monasteries, and archways on the Adriatic coast. The Cathedral of St. James - Šibenik Cathedral is one of the most beautiful monuments of the city, included in the UNESCO List of World Cultural Heritage.

National Park Krka

The National Park Krka lies within Šibenik-Knin County and covers a total area of 109 km² of the loveliest sections of the Krka River and the lower course of the Čikola River.

National Park Kornati

Kornati Islands are in Northern Dalmatia, not far from Šibenik. They are the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean. Consisting of 140 uninhabited islands, islets, and cliffs with an area of only 70 km².

Numerous coves, underwater cliffs, and rocks surrounded by crystal clear sea, are very appealing to divers.

For more info and to organise your trip contact Abbotts Travel


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