Surrounding cities

Beautiful Murter surrounding cities really worth seeing.

Tourist board Sibenik


The St. Jacob cathedral; the city hall; the numerous forts, galleries and churches are just a part of the rich cultural heritage of this city, which is like a living museum.
The Old Town with its squares and streets will leave you breathless, and the cathedral of St. Jacob reminds you of the forgotten splendors of the Renaissance era. Šibenik is known for its fortifications, from which visitors can enjoy a beautiful view out across the islands. Šibenik is a city you have to experience for yourself to feel the echoes of a rich and glorious past.


Tourist board Zadar


Zadar is the largest city and capital of Zadar County. Zadar is a fountain of Croatian history and scientific heritage, and it is the guardian of literary and musical tradition. Zadar’s tourist attractions are based on a combination of culture and beauty as well as the possibility of making new discoveries.
The city has an abundance of heritage of worldwide significance which is increasingly evident with every step. The church of St. Donat from the 9th century is a key landmark, as is the reconstructed romanesque church of St. Krševan from the 12th century; the St. Mary church-tower dating back to 1105, and the cathedral of St. Anastasia from the 13th century.


Tourist board Trogir


Trogir is more of a palace than a city. Many poets have attempted to eulogize over their fascination with the historical city of Trogir.

Stone houses, lovingly built, exude a deep calm in a symphony of contrasting light and shadow that changes not just each day, but almost every hour. Visitors from all over the world are enticed into the intricate web of side streets and market squares, some of which seem completely abandoned whereas others bustle with activity. It’s little wonder that Trogir was declared a city of world cultural heritage in 1998.


Tourist board Split


Split is a UNESCO-protected city. This eternally-young city with approximately 300,000 residents in the surrounding area has a warm Mediterranean atmosphere, and has existed with its distinctive urban rhythm for 1700 years. It boasts a wealth of cultural and historical landmarks, with one of the best examples being the world famous Diocletian’s palace. The palace is the most important example of Roman architecture on the eastern Adriatic coast. It was built around 300 AD, with a floor plan in the shape of an irregular quadrangle. The Pristil is the name of the central open space in the palace. Split’s mild climate, a result of 2700 hours of sunshine per year, makes it an oasis even in mid-winter, where you can enjoy the sun on the harbour front.


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