Zablaće is a settlement situated on the coast near the Holiday Resort "Solaris", and about 9 km from Šibenik. Zablaće was known for salt-pans in the Middle Ages, which is evident from the documents mentioning Zablaće and its salt-pans and the trade in salt.
The settlement was burned down completely during Turkish invasions. The inhabitants of Zablaće rebuilt their settlement after the Turks had been expelled. They began to cultivate vineyards, to breed the cattle and to fish.
Some of them became successful seamen, and in recent times they have been engaged in tourism. Zablaće is also known for the medical mud, for which it has been proved to be efficient in curing rheumatism. Accommodation is available in private rooms, apartments and camps.
Raslina is a settlement on the west coast of Prukljansko Lake. The settlement was mentioned for the first time in 1298 during the foundation of the Šibenik diocese. In the Second World War it was burned down completely. Raslina is today a tourist destination known for fish specialities and good wines.
The church of St. Michael was erected in 1457, while the castle of Raslina, with strong solid walls and defensive towers, was built at the beginning of the 16th century for the protection against the Turks. No remnants of this fort exist. Private accommodation (apartments and rooms) is available.
Zaton is a settlement situated in the bay which bears the same name, at the utmost west end of the Šibenik's Bay into which the river Krka outflows. It is 10 km away from Šibenik.
Zaton existed already in the 15th century. Old burial grounds from the 6th until the 1st century B.C. were discovered near Zaton in the area of Velika Mrdakovica, while the remnants of a settlement of the "gradina" type and of a fortification system were discovered at the very "gradina" Velika Mrdakovica.
The inhabitants are traditionally engaged in sheep-breeding and fishing, and in more recent times in tourism and market. The sea path between Šibenik and Zaton represents a well-known rowing path suitable for international and national competitions in rowing, while many national and international teams come here in winter time for training due to favourable climate. Private accommodation is available.
Žaborić is a littoral settlement situated by the Adriatic road – Magistrala, 10 km from Šibenik towards south. It is one of the favourite tourist destinations of the Šibenik-Knin region.
Žaborić is known for natural sand and pebble beaches and for the crystal clear sea attracting more and more Croatian and foreign guests. A long walking alley was built up along the beautiful coast of Žaborić, offering the guests the possibility to enjoy unforgettable sunsets and night walks.
Jadrtovac is a village located about 10 kilometers southeast of Sibenik in the Morinje Bay. Morinje Bay is a famous natural fish hatchery suitable for shellfish farming due to the mixing of brackish water and the sea. It is also known for its healing mud. The place was first mentioned in 1570, and its rich history is evidenced by the remains of an early Christian church and Renaissance castles, as well as a Baroque altar and tower from the 16th century.
Lozovac is a village located 15 kilometers northeast of Sibenik, on the road Sibenik-Skradin. It is separated from Skradin by the river Krka, whose charms you can enjoy by tasting the traditional delicacies of this area.