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Slovenia Koper


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Civitavecchia sa


anci Ortona


Manfredonia Barletta


Naples lammare di Stabia Salerno


Bari Taranto


Monopoli Venice Rijeka Pesaro Ancona Zadar Sibenik


Split Korcula


Dubrovnik Kotor


Brindisi


Corigliano Calabro Crotone


Palermo Milazzo pani Porto Empedocle


Termini Imerese


Sicily Valletta SIBENIK, CROATIA Must see tourist attractions


• The Cathedral of St. James (Gothic Renaissance)


• 12th century Fort St. Michael • Krka National Park • Kornati National Park • Etnoland Dalmati


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 260mtr Width: no limit Draught: 9mtr


Anchorage Available: yes Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes Tidal movement/range: 0.6mtr


The Port of Sibenik is one of the oldest and best- sheltered ports on the Croatian side of the Adriatic coast. It is located at the Krka river estuary. The port is naturally sheltered from wave and wind, and is accessed through St. Anthony`s channel (2,700mtr long and 120-300mtr wide). Sibenik was mentioned for the first time in 1066 and it received status as a town in 1298, when the Diocese of Sibenik was established. The silhouette of the city is characterised by the Gothic Renaissance Cathedral St. James, built in 1434 and lying just underneath the fortress walls of the old area of Sibenik. At the end of 2000, the cathedral and the old city nucleus were designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. The cathedral and nearby renaissance town hall, other churches, palaces and the Prince’s Palace, presently housing the County Museum, make up a beautiful town square of Croatian urban heritage. The city is lively with small streets leading to attractive squares where modern shops sit alongside the fine architecture of the old town.


Quays Total number of quays: 5 Total length of quays: 500mtr Quay depth: 8-10mtr Passenger terminals: no


Distances/Transportation City centre: 300mtr walking distance Airport: 50km Free shuttle service to city: no


Only 10km from Sibenik is Krka National Park. In 2017 more than 1 million people visited the park and Roski Waterfall. Tourists can visit the island of Zlarin, famous for its coral; the island of Krapanj, famous for its sponges; the Falcon centre, which is situated only 8km from the centre of Sibenik; Ethno village of Primosten Burni or Ethnoland Dalmati. National Park Kornati is the largest and densest archipelago in the Adriatic Sea. A network of countless islands and islets, the nature and sea – makes the Kornati Islands an attractive destination. "On the last day of the Creation God desired to crown his work, and thus created the Kornati Islands out of tears, stars and breath."- wrote George Bernard Shaw. Sibenik is the only town in Croatia with two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The newsest addition is the Fortress of St. Nicholas, built in the mid 16th century and located at the entrance to the St Anthony Channel, one of the strongest fortification objects on the Dalmatian Coast.


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 27,718 Total cruise calls 2017: 109 Total cruise lines 2017: 14 Turnaround port? no


Messina P Corfu


Monten Gree


Igoumenitsa


Croatia


Mailing Address Port of Sibenik Authority Vladimira Nazora 53 22000 Sibenik Croatia


E lucka-uprava-sibenik@si.t-com.hr E info@portauthority-sibenik.hr Wwww.portauthority-sibenik.hr


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Other Contact Cedo Petrina Executive Director


E lucka-uprava-sibenik@si-t.com.hr P +385 22 218 001 F +385 22 200 362 M+385 91 4344 455


Main Contact


Gordana Mrcela Marketing Specialist


E info@portauthority- sibenik.hr P +385 22 218 001 F +385 22 200 362 M+385 91 2021 224


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