Incentives and meetings in North Dalmatia

Still relatively undiscovered as a meetings and incentive destination, North Dalmatia is undergoing a quiet revolution, with new 5-star design hotels as well as the largest Croatian convention centre.


Located in the heart of the Croatian Adriatic, the ancient towns of Zadar and Šibenik lie at the crossroads of natural wonders and historic heritage. On one hand medieval – see the UNESCO-protected Cathedral of St. James in Šibenik – on the other hand boasting many contemporary architectural achievements such as the Sea organ and Greeting to the sun in Zadar. North Dalmatia invites you to explore the natural wonders of Krka national park and Kornati islands. 


To discover the beauty of the North Damatia region, you have to explore the city of Sibenik, whether it is a classic sightseeing tour or a scavenger hunt through the city. Drive to the Krka National Park with one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Croatia and stop at the Jaruga Hydroelectric Power Plant, one of the oldest power plants in the world. Explore the local winery and be impressed by the traditional yet modern cuisine. The intact, wild natural areas offer unparalleled opportunities for outdoor activities such as 4x4 wheel adventures on mount Velebit, sailing the Kornati islands, wilderness survival programs, rafting or canoeing the Zrmanja river. 

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With historic cities such as Zadar and Šibenik at your disposal, let us create the ideal location for your gala dinner or corporate party, from Šibenik city square, renovated fortresses Barone and St. Michael's above Šibenik or former port warehouse in Zadar. Alfred Hitchcock declared the Zadar sunset to be the most beautiful in the world. Was he right? Why not sample it with a sunset barbecue by the Adriatic sea or head out to the open sea for a private dinner and party on your own private ship?

How it works

Šibenik is home to the currently best restaurant in Croatia, where foodies enjoy the local flavours twisted in an innovative way, making dinner at Pelegrini's by the UNESCO cathedral a must. Zadar is known for tuna (and now has an annual tuna festival with sushi Masterchefs from Japan) and there are various creative innovations in several high-end restaurants. For an authentic local experience, you can visit a konoba or rural homesteads in the hinterland.

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