Krapanj is the lowest and the smallest inhabited Croatian island. It is part of the archipelago of Šibenik and it is in front of Brodarica, a small village just 10 minutes from Šibenik. The whole island is known for its diving culture for sponges, but also for its own nature, and the beautiful little beach in front of the only existing hotel on the island.
Žaborić is recognizable by landscaped natural sand and pebble beaches and its crystal clear waters, which each year attracts an increasing number of domestic and foreign tourists. Very attractive and nice is the cove known as Mrzla vala, which is one of the natural jewels of the county.
Away from the mainland more than half a mile, island Prvić in the Sibenik archipelago is one of the islands closest to the mainland. Natural extension of the island Zlarin as evidenced by numerous shallows and underwater reef as are Raženik and Lupac. Prvić has a total area of 2.37 km2 and extends the length of 3.1 km, from the northern tip of St. Luce to the southern tip of St. Ante. You can reach the island with Jadrolinija boat called “Tijat” which goes every day several