Vodice - Dalmatia - Croatia
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The small town Vodice has around ca. 5100 inhabitants and is 11 km from Sibenik, the closest large town. The town of Vodice is divided into the following parts: Srima, Stablinac, Lovetovo, Zaton, Blata, Balota, Jadrija, Punta, Cista Velika.
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- Along with a variety of accommodation capacities - hotels, apartments, campsites, the extraordinary rich catering offer made
Vodice a very popular summer resort. There are more than 100 catering establishments in Vodice, half of them offering various food (fish, mussels, crabs, pasta, traditional cuisine), including the old and original
Dalmatian dishes. Vodice disposes of three tennis courts, a football field, as well as basketball and volleyball courts. A sports centre is located near Hotel Olimpija. The sports and recreation offer includes diving courses, surfing as well as underwater photographing.
The traditional feast of Vodice takes place in August, and the Day of Our Lady of Mount Carmel (16th of July) represents a special event. Vodice hosts the Croatian Festival of Local Radio Stations (beginning of June). The galleries "Bast" and "Strikoman" add to the cultural offer of the town in the summer.
Organized excursions are offered.
Vodice ACI Marina has 450 berths in the sea and 150 places on the land.
Vodice, a town and harbour in northern Dalmatia, 11 km northwest of Sibenik. Chief occupations are farming, fishing and tourism. The town is situated on the main road (M2, E65). Vodice Marina lies in the north-eastern part of Vodice (the Vrulje cove).
Of the 16h-century walls (collapsed in the 19th c.) only the three-storey tower, so-called Caric's Tower, has been preserved. The parish church with richly adorned Baroque front was built in 1749 by Ivan Skoko, an architect from Sibenik; the Baroque belfry was erected by master Vicko Macanovic in the 18th century. The painting of the Holy Family on the main altar is a work by an anonymous master from the 17th-18th century. - The remains of a building from the Turkish period are at the entrance into the town. The small church of the Holy Cross (the former parish church), built in 1662 by Vicko Ivanov from Korcula, is situated on the graveyard to the west of the town.
- Sights to see
- harbour, historical Baroque buildings
- Sport activities
- bakery, market, supermarket
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