Šibenik-Knin County includes one of the most unusual and ecologically best preserved, gastronomically richest but still insufficiently known parts of Croatia and Europe.
It is located in the central part of northern Dalmatia, and includes the most beautiful Croatian islands, historically and geographically the most valuable part of the Adriatic coast, and the vast, rocky Zagora. In the north of the county is the mountain Dinara with the highest mountain peak of the Republic of Croatia (1,831m), and in the south, far out to sea, the lighthouse Blitvenica. In the east there are Primosten vineyards and Rogoznica, and in the west islands of Murter and Kornati.
Šibenik-Knin County covers a total area of 5,670 square kilometers, of which the land area is 2,994 square kilometers in 5 cities: Šibenik, Knin, Vodice, Drniš, Skradin, and in 15 municipalities. The area of the county is physically separated into two parts by the deeply incised canyon of the rivers Krka and Čikola, and by Prukljansko Lake and the Šibenik Channel.
In Šibenik-Knin County there are two national parks NP Krka and NP Kornati and many other significant places to visit, such as: rivers Krka, Čikola, Krčić and Cetina, but also lakes Visovačko, Prukljansko, Golubićko, Bjelober, Torak, Šarena lakes (Burum), Bobodolsko , Zmajevo and Vrana Lake, which makes the county especially attractive for tourism development.