Known to tennis fans as a stop on the ATP world tour, Umag is a town with a history unlike any other. After its sister settlement was destroyed by pirates in the 9th century, Umag grew in importance and over the years was ruled by the Byzantines, the Venetians, the French, the Austrians, and Italians. Visitors can sip wine while soaking in unhindered views of the Adriatic, before diving into back into the towns history. Start downtown with the iconic Church of the Assumption of St. Mary, with its iconic unfinished façade, at low-tide you can see the remnants of Sipar, the town destroyed by pirates, or take a short trip to the ancient Roman Villa Tiola.
Šibenik is a historic city in Croatia, located in central Dalmatia where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic Sea. Šibenik is a political, educational, transport, industrial and tourist center of Šibenik–Knin County and also the third-largest city in the historic region of Dalmatia. It is the oldest native Croatian town on the shores of the sea.