Located 60 km south of Zadar (airport) and 70 km north of Split (airport).

Tribunj was founded in the 12th century, its first name was St. George's Castle, and in the 14th century it was renamed to Tribunj. In the year 1452  at the top of the highest hill residents built the church of St. Nicholas. Locals believe that wishes made on top of the hill near the church come true.
Tribunj is known for its stone bridge that connects to a small island. This island was a fortress used to protect locals against attacks of the Turks. The Church and the island are protected cultural and architectural monuments, and so are the old stone houses on the island. The island is a pedestrian zone and lovely for walks with children. The island has many bars, cafes, taverns, pizzerias...
The town also has many playgrounds for children (including a trampoline) as well as a beach for dogs on Bristak.

Tribunj is a small fishermen’s town
Therefore, you can buy fresh fish and seafood straight from the fishing boats.
Many locals sell their homemade wine, brandy and olive oil. 
In the March of 2014 the owner of the 'Apartments Kristina' won a gold medal for her olive oil at the international competition of olive oil producers held in Split. Her oil has received the rating of Extra Virgin Olive Oil of the highest quality. 

The nearest beach is a 2-minute walk from the house (just about 50 meters). On the beach there is a shadow untill 11-12 A.M. You can find a bit of shade in the canopy of the tamaris trees all day long. The beach is made as a flat concrete slab and has metal stairs into the sea, as well as a convenient entry into the sea for babies and non-swimmers. 
Tribunj also has 2 large beaches on either side of the town.
One of them is at the end of our street, about a 5 minute walk (200 - 300 m) – beach “Zamalin”.  The beach has pine and showers with the fresh water. 
The second one –  “Beach Bristak” is close to a yacht club on the way to the town of Vodice. There you can rent umbrellas and sunbeds. Unfortunately there is no natural shade nearby. This beach is comfortable for the babies and non-swimmers because it has a sloping entrance to the sea. 
These beaches have convenient pebbled entry into the sea.

The nearest grocery store is on the beach "Zamalin", about 200 meters from us.
Near the central city parking, which is about 400 meters from our place, there is a supermarket “Konzum”.  In Tribunj you can find several restaurants with famous fish cuisine, taverns (restaurants with home cooking), pizzerias, fast foods, bars, a post office, supermarket “Konzum” and several small shops, a butcher, a little market where you can buy fresh fish early in the morning, and fruits and vegetables during all day, as well as souvenir stalls. 
We also have a cultural center which hosts various exhibitions and concerts, including outdoor movies, children's art workshops and exhibitions and concerts.


In the travel agency you can rent a scooter, bicycle or car (for the car or scooter renting driving license is required). You can also rent a boat (if you have a proper license), or you can order a boat trip for the swimming around the islands in the crystal clear and clean sea.

One of the famous Croatian Adriatic resort - Vodice is located just a few km southern from the Tribunj. 
Vodice you can reach by walking along the coast (3 km - approximately 40 - 45 minutes), or you can take the bus which will take around 5 - 10 minutes.

Near the Tribunj is located beautiful cove Sovlje to which you can also take a stroll

Around 17 km to the south from us is the ancient town of Šibenik. It has preserved many architectural monuments - the Cathedral of St. James, St. Nicholas Fortress, Fortress of St. Anne, Prince's Palace and others. The tourist complex “Solaris” opened a new Aqua park that will be very attractive to your children. 
Only half an hour away from us by car, or around one hour by boat, there is a famous and World known “Krka National Park”. 
All excursions you can book in the nearby travel agency. Just a 60 km from us there is the beautiful ancient city Zadar. You can get there by bus, and we will help you with the bus schedule. You can also get to Trogir and Split. Buses run regularly. 
Unfortunately, there is no parking place next to our house, and if you came to Tribunj by car, you should left it at the one of the City parking place (max. 300 meter from us). We can buy for you parking ticket at the City authorities, or you can buy a ticket at the nearest parking slots. We can arrange a shuttle service from the airport and back (Zagreb, Split, Zadar etc.), as well as excursions with the proper language-speaking guide. Also we will tell you how to get to the any place you want to see in Croatia or neighboring countries.