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Tribunj is a typical town in Dalmatia with narrow streets and houses built densely next to each other. The town offers extremely good opportunities for everyone. Lovers of history will find more than 500 years old buildings and churches here, but it can also be a wonderful place for newly-weds. You can find programs that you enjoy here from sightseeing to boating, but you don’t get bored either if you prefer water sports.
Tribunj lies west from the centre of Šibenik in the middle of Dalmatia and as a western neighbour of Vodice. It is 12 km in a beeline and 17 km on the public road from Šibenik. The special feature of the town is that it consists of two parts. The larger part of it is on the mainland, while a smaller one, the historic heart of Tribunj is to be found on a peninsula. The most important public institutions, such as the municipality, the tourism office, the post office, the parish, the cultural house, and many restaurants are on the peninsula. The two parts are connected by a stone bridge that was built by the refugees of neighbouring villages.
Tribunj was first mentioned under the name of „Jurjevgrad” in 1298 when the diocese of Šibenik was established and had a total of 167 inhabitants. Its old name originated from the medieval castle that was erected on Saint Nicholas hill. The majority of Tribunj’s population migrated to the peninsula to avoid Turkish attacks because they could be defended much better from there. The main revenue source of the population was lime burning in the 18th century. Also, a lot of cherries were produced here that people from Zara bought in order to produce liqueur from it. Until the end of the First World War, the presence of Austrian power was most influential. Austrians built a port at the coast from the white stones of the castle. Although tourism is very significant in Tribunj, fishing and olive production are the main sources of people’s living.
The clean blue sea and the rich flora and fauna are ideal for swimming and underworld safaris. Rupa bay to the west of the village and many other small accesses to the sea include several beaches.
Of many beaches, Sovlja, which is surrounded by concrete on 200 metres, is the most beautiful and popular. It is ideal for those arriving by a smaller boat too because they offer also mooring. The beach is especially ideal for sunbathers because not only parasols can be rented here, but due to the plants, you also get natural shadow here. It is fully equipped with beach tools, e.g. showers and dressing cabins.
This beach is the longest in Tribunj at 300 metres. Besides the Bristak beach with small pebbles is ideal for families with kids, because the water level is getting gradually deeper. The waves are calm, which makes the water pleasant for swimming or you can sunbathe on the round pebbles. There are also beach bars and a restaurant and a parking lot is available on foot, but the beach is also easy to reach on foot.
Zamalin beach is covered by small pebbles, but it has crystal clear water and its coast slightly slopes. Access to the sea is made easier by special stairs that were built at some points. You can find a cool shadow among the pine trees on hot days. A snack bar, a café, and an ice cream bar can be found in the neighbourhood of the beach.
You can find many cultural and historic places in the peninsula, e.g. the church dedicated to the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, which is the oldest church, built-in 1435 in Tribunj. It is a simple, small church with a single nave, a cross-shaped opening on its front and a blade wall bell tower above it that has one bell. Today only one mass is held here annually and the church rather hosts exhibitions. The other historic church is the Saint Nicholas church, which is very popular among wedding couples.
The diocese of Šibenik initiated the church construction in 1452, but according to sources of that age it couldn’t be built before 1475 due to lack of finances. The Virgin Mary church which was built in 1732 and renovated in 2002 stands next to the parish. The parish church of The Assumption of Mary that was built between 1883 and 1885, stands at the foot of the Saint Nicholas mountain across the peninsula. The town’s inhabitants mainly live from tourism, agriculture and fishing.
Tribunj weather is characterised by a pleasant Mediterranean climate with much sunshine, dry and hot summer and a mild and humid winter. Tribunj weather information
The town’s port is located in a protected little bay between the peninsula and the mainland. The port attracts visitors and many of them take the opportunity to rent a boat or yacht, which can be a great program for the whole family. The island world is also worth mentioning because the town offers a wonderful view of the two islands across Lukovnjak and the wide Logorun. A little further away to the west towards Sovlje, you can find two other small islands: Prišnjak and Sovljak. Take your chance to explore the beauties of the town and the island world of the region!
One of the biggest advantages of this beautiful marina is its convenient location. It is only a few km away from the historic centre of Šibenik. Moreover, it is protected against winds and waves. D-Marin Mandalina is awarded five Golden Anchors and a Blue Flag Certification. It has 429 seas and 50 land berths. Of these, 79 are designed specifically for superyachts. This is the only port in Croatia that can accommodate superyachts up to 140 m. The depth of the seabed is 5, 5 m. Refuelling is among the quality services of the port.If you get hungry, there is a bar, a restaurant, and a grocery store on site. Information about yachtcharter Sibenik
The marina has 273 sea berths and 55 land berths for boats up to 25 m in length. The depth of the seabed is 3, 5 m. There is also a laundry, restaurants and a refuelling station on site. ACI Marina Vodice is sheltered from all winds, except for the strong Jugo, which can cause strong waves. Read more about sailing in Vodice, or boat hire in Vodice Information about sailing in Vodice, or boat hire in Vodice
Marina Tribunj has 220 seas and 150 land berths, all of which are equipped with running water and electricity. The marina can accommodate boats up to 26 m in length. The depth of the seabed is 4 m. Marina Tribunj is open all year round, and it also has Blue Flag Certification. Thanks to the circular shape of the nearby Lukovnic island, the marina is protected against winds.
ACI Marina Jezera has Blue Flag Certification. Thanks to its location, the marina is an ideal destination for sailors. It is located in a bay surrounded by picturesque hills that provide protection against winds. The marina has 225 sea and 60 land berths for boats up to 25 m in length. The depth of the seabed is 5 m. ACI Marina Jezera is open all year round. In addition to the most important services, you can also refuel your boat.
This protected and safe marina is located in the northwestern part of the island of Murter, in Hramina Bay. It has 370 seas and 120 land berths for boats up to 25 m in length. The depth of the seabed is 3, 5 m. Marina Hramina is open all year round. It offers quality services, including refuelling.
The marina, located in the northeastern part of the Kornati archipelago, offers 120 berths for boats up to 40 metres long. They are open between April 1st and October 31st. In case the Bora is strong, it is recommended to anchor in the northern dock or use the mooring buoys. If the other strong wind, the Jugo is present, it is much more pleasant to anchor on the southern dock.
The marina of Biograd, which also has a Blue Flag certificate, can accommodate 705 boats with a length of up to 23 metres. The entrance is 40 metres wide, and the maximum depth is 6.5 metres. They have a 24-hour security service, boat maintenance, and a fuel station. There is also a restaurant with a capacity of 370 guests. Information about sailing in Biograd, or rent a boat in Biograd
Croatia’s largest marina has 1200 sea berths and 300 land berths for ships. The marina can accommodate ships up to 40 m in length, and superyachts in transit up to 80 m. D-Marin Dalmacija is one of the best-equipped marinas in the Adriatic. There is a café, a bar, restaurants, a beach club, a maintenance and repair shop, and a grocery store on site. Also, there is a fuel station available. Information about sailing in Sukosan, or yachtcharter Sukosan
You will find the town’s port in the central part of the shores of the Adriatic, in the centre of Zadar. They have 200 berths and 100 on-land facilities. They offer access to water, electricity, and they have shower cabins, laundry services, groceries and restaurants as well. The port – which has a Blue Flag certificate – also has a fuel station. Information about sailing in Zadar, or boat rental in Zadar
The SCT Marina Trogir has 256 berths for boats up to 90 metres in length. The depth of the seabed is 20 metres. There is drinking water, electricity, 24-hour security, free WiFi, laundry, refuelling station, and even ship maintenance is available. Yacht charter Trogir
The ACI Marina Split offers 348 berths for yachts of a maximum of 90 m. The breakwater provides outstanding protection from the raging sea and the southern winds. The water depth is 8 m. There are restaurants, bars, laundries and a fuelling station. There are restaurants, bars, laundries and a fuelling station. Information about sailing in Split, or rent a boat in Split.
The SailingEurope Charter is located on the northern side of the island of Šolta, in a bay surrounded by pine trees. It has a favourable location, only 16 kilometres from Split. The main advantage of the port is that it is not too crowded. There are showers, free WiFi, a nearby gas station, a café and a pizzeria. The Bay of Rogač is well protected from winds, which mainly blows in the winter months.
A special feature of Tribunj is when fishermen return from the sea and the coast becomes a marketplace of fresh seafood and you can choose from these specialities as you wish. Honeymoon travellers also enjoy spending their special period in Tribunj, because besides its mainland beauties the boating opportunities and yacht rental also prepare an experience for life for young people. The Mediterranean view of the town and the stone bridge between the two town parts can be a fantastic venue to make great photos. Don’t hesitate, but start your unforgettable journey immediately! Find yacht routes in Dalmatia or choose another yacht charter in Dalmatia.
The climate diagrams are based on 30 years of hourly weather model simulations. They give good indications of typical climate patterns and expected conditions (temperature, precipitation, sunshine, and wind). The “mean daily maximum” (solid red line) shows the maximum temperature of an average day for every month for Tribunj. Likewise, the “mean daily minimum” (solid blue line) shows the average minimum temperature.
The wind rose for Tribunj shows how many hours per year the wind blows from the indicated direction. The diagram for Tribunj shows the days per month, during which the wind reaches a certain speed.
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