Tribunj is a small fishing town just 3km west of Vodice and it lies on a small peninsula. It was once an island and then, later on, was connected to the mainland by way of a stone bridge.
Tribunj is full of historical and cultural heritage. Visit the church of St. Nicolas which was built in the year 1452 as well as the preserved ruins of the town's defensive walls and, up on the hill, the fortress of Jurjevgrad which was built in the year 1650. The Old part of town was built on the island and it is made up of old stone houses and narrow streets which are the characteristics of most Dalmatian cities. The new part of Tribunj stretches along the inlet of Rupa. Here guests can find accommodation such as apartments and rooms in private homes.
Being so rich in fauna and flora, underwater safaris and photography are quite popular in Tribunj. Other than diving, guests can enjoy activities such as learning to sail or playing a game of tennis.
As said earlier, Tribunj is a small fishing town. A tradition exists upon the fishermen’s return from the sea. The town square becomes an outdoor fish-market where people gather and visitors can enjoy the atmosphere.
After a long day of activities it is time to enjoy some wonderful seafood. Guests can choose from a variety of seashells, crab, and fish dishes as well as fish stew with polenta which is a fine delicacy.
The small fishing town of Tribunj has everything necessary to make your holiday fun and enjoyable.