A stunning country with a spectacular coastline, Croatia’s beauty is ideally discovered by yacht. D-Resort Šibenik, a stunning, luxury resort on the Dalamatian coastline boasts one of the deepest and most impressive private marinas in the country and is an ideal spot for yacht owners to moor their yacht this summer.
Offering the perfect perch to moor even the largest of super yachts, the private marina at D-Resort Šibenik is conveniently located directly beside the five star hotel enabling visitors to effortlessly discover the flawless restaurant and spa at the five star hotel as well as the desirable streets of Šibenik beyond.
The original fortress protecting the oldest native town on the Croatian coast, Šibenik has one of Croatia’s most impressive super yacht and marina networks, making Šibenik an even more desirable destination for anyone looking to discover Croatia by yacht. The Marina offers the perfect destination to explore the expansive turquoise ocean of the Dalmatian coast is also one of the safest berthing spots due to its naturally protected location.
Set against a stunning backdrop, Restaurant Piano Bar at D-Resort Šibenik offers a wide selection of finest Croatian and international wines and gourmet dishes, making it a perfect stop by for yacht owners to enjoy a memorable evening. Following a day of exploring the beauty of this historic Croatian town, the top floor restaurant is also perfect for pre and post dinner cocktails – from coffee martinis, chocolate liqueur to cognacs and cigars on the terrace, there is something to suit everyone.
Lesser known than Dubrovnik and Split, Šibenik is one of Croatia’s oldest historical cities. A perfect combination of natural and historical beauty with two national parks only 30 minutes driveway, Šibenik possesses a delightful personality and powerful hidden charm of its own. Little quaint streets lead to attractive squares where modern shop windows blend with the majestic and stylish architecture of the vanished centuries. Šibenik is home to one of Croatia’s spectacular Krka Waterfalls, beautiful lakes with excellent fishing and the town’s cathedral, dating back to 1434, which still remains one of the marvels of the Dalmatian Coast today.