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Amadria Park Ivan

Hotel in Šibenik (0.1 miles from Dalmatian Ethno Village)

Surrounded by lush Mediterranean vegetation, Hotel Amadria Park Ivan is 6 km from the centre of Šibenik.

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9.2
Superb
248 reviews

Amadria Park Jure

Hotel in Šibenik (0.1 miles from Dalmatian Ethno Village)

Entirely renovated in 2016, Hotel Jure features a seafront location with direct access to the beach, 4.5 km from Šibenik. Free use of the outdoor swimming pool is offered.

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9.1
Superb
673 reviews

Amadria Park Jakov

Hotel in Šibenik (0.3 miles from Dalmatian Ethno Village)

Surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation, pine woods and with modern facilities, Hotel Amadria Park Jakov is set in Šibenik, only 50 metres from the beach. Completely renovated in 2018.

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9.1
Superb
321 reviews

Amadria Park Andrija

Hotel in Šibenik (0.3 miles from Dalmatian Ethno Village)

Surrounded with Mediterranean greenery, Hotel Amadria Park Andrija is set in Šibenik while the 4-km long beach is just 50 metres away.

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9.1
Superb
349 reviews

Hotel Niko

Hotel in Šibenik (0.3 miles from Dalmatian Ethno Village)

Hotel Niko is located within Solaris Holiday Resort, 50 metres from the sea and surrounded by pine woods, only 6 km from Šibenik. The resort offers a spa & wellness centre, tennis courts and pools.

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8.6
Fabulous
277 reviews

Solaris vila Doris

Šibenik (0.1 miles from Dalmatian Ethno Village)

Set in Šibenik, 2.2 km from Zablaće Beach and 7 km from Sibenik Town Hall, Solaris vila Doris offers a garden and air conditioning.

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9.4
Superb
13 reviews

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Dalmatian Ethno Village

This open-air museum lets you experience traditional Dalmatian life down the centuries. Throughout the pretty collage of stone buildings and cobbled streets, you’ll meet ‘villagers’ in folk dress who show you their way of life. You can try your hand at baking bread, making olive oil or concocting brandy with grapes and nuts. And yes, you’ll get to taste the goods.

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