The county of Šibenik-Knin (Šibensko-kninska županija) is situated in southern Croatia, within the historical region of Dalmatia, on the east shore of the Adriatic Sea. The county seat, Šibenik, is a gateway to the Kornati Islands. It is beautifully set on bay, featuring a splendid medieval centre. Other towns in the county include Knin, home to Knin Fortress, one of the largest and oldest European fortresses. Among the villages is the old and stunning Pirovac village, offering delightful natural beaches, a modern marina sheltered on Pirovac Bay, and homely accommodations. The county offers amazing natural landscapes namely waterfalls in Krka National Park as well as delightful seaside towns on the Adriatic Sea.
Population: over 110 thousand inhabitants
Other major cities: Knin, Vodice, Drniš , Skradin
Main attractions: St. Michael's Fortress, Cathedral of St. James, Dalmatian Ethno Village, Krka National Park, Skradinski Buk Waterfall
Nearest Airports: Zadar Airport (ZAD - Zračna luka Zadar), Split Airport (SPU - Zračna luka Split)