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Vodice Town Info Brochure

Vodice is a small town near Sibenik, situated in a wide bay near the Adriatic highway. Numerous tourist facilities and an interesting cultural events contribute to the rich tourist offer of Vodice.

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Location and climate

Vodice, like the whole coastal part of the region, has Mediterranean climate. The average temperature in winter (January) amounts to 9 °C, and in summer (July and August) to 26 °C. The town has 2.710 sunny days per year, but the summer heat is lightened by the „Maestral” wind that blows from the sea.

History and sights

Although Vodice was well known even from the period of the Roman Empire, it is first mentioned in 1402. The name Vodice was derived from the abundance of water with which the inhabitants then supplied the surrounding area. The town walls from the period of Turkish invasion witness the history of this town, and the „Coric” tower is best preserved fortification monument. One should also visit the Church of St. Cross from the 15th century and the Baroque parish church bearing the same name (in the centre of Vodice). Near Vodice, on the hill Okit, the Church of the Lady of Carmel is situated, built by the inhabitants in the mid 17th century during the Turkish invasion.


The inhabitants of Vodice are mostly engaged in tourism, but agriculture and fishing are also important for the town's economy. Numerous tourist facilities, sports grounds, boat and bus trips, as well as an interesting cultural events contribute to the rich tourist offer of Vodice. The tourists can choose among various accommodation types - hotels, apartments, villas, private rooms and camps. If you are looking for the privacy or party then head for the pebble beaches within the bay of Vodice and its surrounding area, among which the so called „Blue Beach” (with the hotel complex) stretching to the west (all the way to the nearby small town Tribunj) is perhaps the most famous.

How to arrive?
By plane

If arriving by plane, you have two options, one of them being the Zadar airport, that is cca 60 km away from Vodice (from there, you can reach it either by car or bus), and the other one being the Split airport, cca 70 km away from Vodice.

By car or bus

You can reach Vodice by car, if driving via Trieste, Rijeka, and then via the Adriatic highway toward Sibenik, if you prefer to travel along the coast. Or you can use the highway Zagreb - Split when you reach Rijeka or the junction Zuta Lokva near the town Senj, about 60 km south of Rijeka, and continue driving toward Sibenik. The highway Zagreb - Sibenik is the fastest way if arriving from the direction of north. You can exit the highway at exit Pirovac, and continue driving toward Vodice via the regional route. If arriving by bus, you can take any bus driving to Sibenik. However, you can also take buses to Zadar, from where you can reach Vodice by local public bus service.

By ship

If traveling by ship, you can use one of the regular ferry lines from Rijeka or Dubrovnik toward Zadar or Split or international ferry lines from Italy (Ancona, Civitanova, Giulianova and Pescara) toward Zadar or Split.

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