About destination

Island Murter – the island of amazing variety of nature, beautiful, sandy and stone beaches, the cultural center since Roman times marked with numerous historical heritage, traditions dugogodisnjeg tourism, hospitality and diligence of the island’s population.
Island Murter belongs to the group northern Dalmatian islands and is the largest island in the Sibenik archipelago. It is separated from the mainland by narrow sea channel, which in some places only 6m wide. In Tisno Murter is with the mainland by movable bridge back in 1832 g.
The island is located near main Dalmatian towns: Sibenik 28 km,  Zadar 56 km and Split 100 km.
Only 40 km away from the island Murter is one more natural landmark – National Park Krka. Krka National Park is known for its waterfalls Skradinski Buk, Roski and Visovac Island.
On the island are four small town : Murter, Betina, Tisno and Jezera.
The inhabitants of of the island have long engaged in fishing, farming, livestock, shipbuilding, and lately more and tourism. The most widespread culture on the island are olives and figs.

The beginnings of tourism on the island of Murter date back to the twenties of the twentieth century when the first tourists arrived in Tisno. Today accommodation on the island you can found in hotels, apartments on the island Murter and the fishermen’s houses on the Kornati islands.
Murter offers many activities, as sports courts, water sports, diving centers, sailing, riding school, charter, and to numerous restaurants and cafes.
In the possession of residents of the island Murter is situated 10 nautical miles away Kornat archipelago. Two-thirds of the Kornati islands is now a national park. NP Kornati consists of 89 islands, islets and reefs, while the entire Kornati archipelago is 189th Because 5 Marina and vicinity of the Kornati islands, PK Telascica, Vrgade and other interesting destinations, the island of Murter is one of the important centers of nautical tourism on the Adriatic.
Murter-Kornati area belongs to and the one third Lake Vrana, the largest lake in Croatia.
Beautiful untouched nature, preserved traditional architecture, heritage and island tradition, the crystal clear sea, beaches, hidden bays and islets, comfortable accommodation and friendly locals are advantages of this unique island.