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The small town of Vodice lies on the coast of the mainland to the north of Otok Prvic. It’s the major resort in the area, attracting large numbers of foreign visitors. The town developed in the sixteenth century and later the town was enclosed by a defensive wall with fortified towers, of which one remains standing.

The town has an aquarium which is worth a visit and there’s a pleasant walk to be taken to the sleepy fishing village of Tribunj, about 3 km (2 miles) away. Tribunj is an attractive huddle of houses and is famous for its annual donkey races, which take place on August 1st each year. Nearby Sibenik is the main town of middle Dalmatia.

It began as an eleventh century Croatian fortress and its maze-like medieval centre feels as if it has changed little in hundreds of years. Its cathedral is said to be one of the finest architectural monuments on the Mediterranean.



  • Bow or stern-to one of the pontoons in the marina, as directed.

To Do:

  • Visit the aquarium
  • Take a trip to Sibenik


  • Water
  • Electricity
  • Fuel
  • Showers and toilets
  • Laundry
  • Provisions
  • Internet cafe