Krnic B&B

Podsolarsko 74, Sibenik, 10000, Croatia | B&B
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This B&B, located on Podsolarsko 74, Sibenik, is near Main Square, Old Castle (Stari Grad), Grgur Ninski, and St. Nicholas Church.
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    Travel Blogs from Sibenik

    Sretan Put!

    A travel blog entry by tablefortwo on Aug 29, 2013

    21 photos

    ... Croatia, King Tomislav, we take off to the little town of Vodice, where we are staying. The town is picturesque- olive and fruit trees everywhere, boats in crystal blue water and small islands in the distance. I love this place. We go to the beach for a bit and then stop by his cousin Oliver’s house. Oliver and his wife Ivana invite us in for some of their homemade wine, which is surprisingly good. Duda stays at the apartment ...

    Upgrades, road signs and a great evening

    A travel blog entry by nicimarshall on Jun 17, 2013

    4 photos

    ... It's absolutely gorgeous- gothic style but unique in how well lit it is. There are windows around the entire dome and alone the sides making the white stone bright and airy. In addition, the chapel has a built in baptistery that was incredible. A simple room with a stone basin but the ceiling and walls have incredible and very beautiful carvings. I often don't like anything ornate but the monochromatic stone takes something from being perhaps a bit gaudy ...

    Off to Croatia - Split and the Krka National Park

    A travel blog entry by jnight on Jun 04, 2013

    127 photos

    ... to Katja the water level was very high due to recent rains. On the other side, below the falls, was the remains of a hydroelectric plant which interestingly began operations in 1885 just two days after the first power generation at Niagara Falls. Croatia actually had electricity before many other European countries.

    After visiting the other side, we re-crossed the bridge and then followed a path and wooden walkway that ...

    Sailing in Croatia

    A travel blog entry by katevoss on May 19, 2012

    1 comment, 52 photos

    ... until we started to head off back to split. We arrived in split after a couple of hours of sailing and then had a little tour of the town through and underneath the palace area, to the big ‘gandalf’ statue and along the ‘riva’, the promenade along the harbour. After our tour we went to a juice bar and got some smoothies, then went to get some calamari (which he gave to us in a sandwich not a ...

    Hark, a Medieval Fair!

    A travel blog entry by theflipside on Sep 24, 2011

    16 photos

    ... with the medicinal monastary garden from the 1400's, beautifully cobbled streets, costumed locals in gowns and blumed hats, and all of the wares that people came to sell from all over Croatia. Of course we had to join in the festivites and try some local products. We purchased some handmade pasta in mushroom, wild onion and spinach varieties, some honey made from beet roots, and other local flowers, and some walnut rajika, or ...