Apartments Tribunj are located only 300 meters from the Adriatic coast and rocky beaches. The center of Tribunj is 400 meters away from the apartment. All apartments are equipped with air conditioning, LCD TV, kitchenette and bathroom with shower.
The apartments also offer a seating area, a sofa bed and a balcony, as well as a private entrance. Laundry and ironing services are available on request. The kitchen in the apartments is equipped with a microwave and a washing machine.
Guests can enjoy the garden or the terrace with beautiful views. Free Wi-Fi is available in all apartments.
The town of Tribunj is located near Vodice, a famous tourist destination, and offers many opportunities for day boat trips to the surrounding islands. Zadar Airport is 60 km away.
Tribunj will captivate you at first sight with its picturesqueness of stone Mediterranean architecture that extends from its peninsula to the central mainland. A long history tells us that the place was first mentioned in 1463 under the name Tribohunj, and it is believed that the name comes from Trebić, the sun god of the pagan Croats. If you take a walk through the crowded cobbled streets of the peninsula, it seems as if time has stopped, and the old stone bridge is the only link with today.
Opposite the bridge at the foot of the hill Sv. Nikola is the first to be greeted by the parish church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Heaven (1885), and the arranged Way of the Cross leads to the top to a lookout fifty meters away where the fortress Jurjevgrad once existed (1650). Nicholas (1542). If you go down on the other side of the same hill, in Vrtli you will come across the oldest church in the place - the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1435). The reason for such a rich sacral culture is probably the fact that Tribunj got its own parish in the 15th century.
However, the heritage is best witnessed by people about what the tribune customs from the past tell us: preserving folk costumes, restoring old crafts of knitting tops made of wicker and mending fishing nets, and nurturing church ropes during holidays, including processions through the place (guardians of Christ's tomb).