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Get to know all about well preserved wildlife, delicious gastronomy, rich history and culture of this part of Dalmatia.

And some useful tips to make your holidays more relaxed.

December 6 is known also as St. Nicholas Day. It is an impotant saint, celebrated in Dalmatia as a patron saint of sailors, travellers and small children. His name in Croatian is Nikola or Mikula. Traditionally the night before its day children would leave their socks or shoes under a window and their parents would...
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Panoramic view from the air of Zalrin port
When in Sibenik, do not miss a chance to visit Zalrin, one of the most alluring islands in Croatia
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Archipelago Tours Blog & Tips: Tajer, a lighthouse in Kornati
A story about Tajer, one of the most beautiuful lighthouses in Croatia.
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Dolac, the most charming part of Sibenik
Few facts and photos about the loveliest part of Sibenik - Dolac.
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Archipelago Tours Blog and Tips: Krapanj - hidden treasure
A story about small and charming island in Sibenik archipelago.
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Archipelago Tours Blog and Tips: The eyes - Sibenik military sea tunnel in St Anthony Channel exterior
Few facts about military sea tunnel in the middle of St Anthony Channel in Sibenik.
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Archipelago Tours Blog and Tips: Kornati - Toreta & Tarac
Find out interesting facts from long and exciting history of Kornati archipelago.
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St Nicholas' Fortress
A story about beautiful St Nicholas Fortress in front of Sibenik.
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Archipelago Tours Blog and Tips: Kornati Gajeta, the sacred boat
This is a story about traditional wooden boat called Gajeta.
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Archipelago Tours - Krka Experience Private Tour photo of a Prvi luka taken from the air
Read our post about island Prvic - the closest one to the mainland in Sibenik archipelago.
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