The island, which is believed to have been inhabited since prehistoric times, is located in the Šibenik archipelago.
Sights on Zlarin
Zlarin Island is the first Croatian island that banned plastic, a part of a project that should preserve the plant and animal world, as well as the intact nature, which is so beautiful that many tourists decide to spend their vacation here. You must not use plastic cups, plastic bags and similar items on Zlarin. Untouched nature attracts a large number of active tourists and outdoor sports fans. Zlarin is recognizable in Croatia by corals. The activity of hunting and processing of corals has been present on this island since the 15th century. Those who prefer to visit the local sights should visit the church of Assumption of Mary and the Church of Our Lady of Rašelje.
You can also walk along the Zlarin riva - the longest island promenade in Croatia, which is 130 meters long.
For your stay you will be able to choose between a large offer of private houses and apartments and there is also a hotel on the island. With its 2700 sunny hours during the year Zlarin is the ideal vacation destination. Sunny hours are complemented by beautiful pebble beaches and the crystal clear sea. The nearest beaches are located near the center of the town, and people who require privacy and peace will find it not one of the many hidden beaches scattered on the island.
How to reach island Zlarin?
The island can only be reached by boat. The ferry leading to Zlarin goes from Šibenik and runs several times a day. Schedule can be checked on the official website of Jadrolinija.
Riviera Zlarin - View all beaches