Crystal clear sea and the pine forest of the hill of Jelinjak
Unique for the crystal clear sea right next to the dense pine forest of the hill of Jelinjak, Grebaštica is famous as one of the longest bays of the Croatian part of the Adriatic located only 15 km souther from the town of Šibenik.
Beautiful pebble beaches, peaceful local atmosphere and rich gastronomic offer are the confirmation of the guaranteed relaxing vacation, that Grebaštica is well known for.
Inhabitants of Grebaštica
Inhabited since the ancient Roman times, Grebaštica has today around 900 inhabitants mostly engaged in tourism services.
The main symbol of the place
Certainly the most significant symbol of the place is the defensive medieval wall located on the peninsula of Oštrica representing one of two cultural monuments on the area of Grebaštica protected by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia.
The parts of Grebaštica
Grebaštica today is represented by the line of uninterruptedly connected smaller bays, as well as of the little villages in its hinterland. Directly by the sea from the north to the south the bays are the following ones: Galešnica, Banovci, Dumići, Jakovljevići and Šparadići. The hinterland of Grebaštica consists of four villages: Konoba, Brnjača, Svirčići and Gornji Banovci. Each and every part of Grebaštica is unique in its own way. However, the center of Grebaštica is considered to be in Banovci (by the sea), where you can find store, cash machine as well as the most of the restaurants and coffee bars.
It doesn't matter which part of Grebaštica you choose for spending your vacation - we are sure you will have a good time!
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