Many Dalmatian towns were founded by the Romans and a few by the Greeks.
Šibenik is the only indigenous town in Dalmatia – founded by Croatians.
One of the “must sees” in this charming town is the Cathedral of St. James (UNESCO). It’s the only building in Europe made with stone only, no bonding material at all. In the 15th century!
Šibenik developed on the slopes of a hill, protected by a long, narrow sea canal and four medieval fortresses!
Distance from Split: 70 km