WHEN IN TISNO
After or before SMS charter your own boat and sail around the numerous islands scattered along the coast. Boats are usually rented for 1 week, and comes complete with skipper so you can remain fully relaxed and carefree! It’s probably the coolest way to attend the festival, mooring in the bay right in front of the festival site for the weekend and spending the rest of the week sailing amongst the islands.
Contact: email@example.com OR +385 (0) 23 312 425
In high season boats are usually rented for 1 week Saturday-Saturday. However, I have certain boats that I can offer Wednesday-Wednesday, or Thursday-Thursday..but, it has to be 1 week
People can charter a boat with skipper and get fully relaxed and care free J
I think it is the best way to attend festival really; over the weekend they get moored in the bay in front, and rest of teh days they go sailing amongst the islands, simply great!
Gone with the Wind
Specialising in serving up fresh shellfish and crustaceans, designed by the very same Nikola Basic, who did the amazing sea organ in Zadar, Gone with the Wind is not to be missed! The leafy walled garden is the perfect spot to sit back, relax and experience some stellar cuisine.
Address: Hrvatskih vladara 5, Murter
Contact: +385-22 43 44 75
The place to go for Tisno’s tastiest seafood! Fresh open saad bar included with every meal, amazing stead and fish dinners, cheap yet super enjoyable. Also a great selection of wines.
Address: Put Jazine 9, Tisno 22240
Famed for their black risotto & grilled steak house speciality. You will also find Dalmation coat pickled meat with noki, smoked hams and salted sardine.
Address: Obala Sv. Put Broscice 12, Tisno 22240
Contact: +385-22 43 81 11
Right next to the sea offers delicious fish dishes. You can expect pasta and rice with tasty seafood as well as house speciality tuna steak with a scampi sauce served with a side of silver beet.
Address: Pod Garmom 33
Contact: +385-22 43 98 88
Great atmosphere with a view of the bridge and the bay, Toni serves up Mediterranean and international dishes, including mighty fine pizza.
Address: Put Broscice 13
National Park // Kornati Islands
The Kornatic Archipelago of Croatia, also known as the Stomorski islands is the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. Ranging from small to large, the islands are picturesque and many fall into the National Park, where wild and marine life are conserved. There are numerous tours and dives you can take part in. And it’s not too far from the festival toward Zadar and Sibenik.
http://www.kornati.hr/hrv/index.asp or call +385 98 843 233
National Park // Krka Waterfalls
The National Park encompasses 109 square km along the Krka River northeast of Sibenik. At the park there are several spots worth a visit, including some stunning footpaths longing to be explored and boat trips ready to take you on a bit of an adventure.
One highlight is Skradinski buk, a massive, clear natural pool with high waterfalls and one end and cascades at the other. Along the river there are 17 waterfalls each differing in height, which allow various effects caused by the play of light and whirlpools. No surprise then that Skradinski buk is considered one of the most beautiful calcium carbonate waterfalls in Europe.
http://www.npkrka.hr/ or call +385 22 201 777
Last year we were thrilled with zipping around the dalmation coast via boat taxi. Leaving from the festival site’s pier, and taking you directly to the town centre, you’ve never felt or looked cooler jetting around, sunshine, hair blowing in the wind.
Water taxis also take you direct to Barbarella’s Discotheque for late night after parties (included in your weekender ticket).
It is literally, the only way you want to get around Tisno. Total bliss.
For a secret sandy beach, take a trip to Jazina on Tisno’s mainland (1000m from Tisno bridge) or take a trip to Lovisca, on the island side of Tisno (across Tisno bridge, veer right 800m) and wander toward St. Andrews beach in the opposite direction (across Tisno bridge, head left 800m)
Get your scuba on and witness the world below Croatia’s crystal blue wonderland. You can take a course, or if you already have your licence experience what Tisno has to offer. They can even take you along to Kornati National Park’s islands. See a gorgonian up close (whatever a gorgonian is)!
If you prefer the more extreme side of life, make sure you trip out to the Sibenik Bridge for you good dose of adrenaline.
Love the beach? Love riding horses? Ride a horse on the beach. Just picture it.