Tribunj is an old Dalmatian small town. Special for its oldest fishing fleet in middle Dalmatia, and special for its clean sea (according to official records, the sea in Tribunj is most probably cleanest on the whole Adriatic).
Clean sea and the rich sea flora and fauna make Tribunj an ideal place for swimming and underwater safari. At your disposal you can find several beaches and bays, the most beautiful being Sovlja. Town also offers various sports and recreational possibilities, such as tennis, boccia, indoor football, yachting and diving schools. Marina here is twice as big as in nearby Vodice.
Make sure you taste sea delicacies: fresh fish, mussels and crabs in numerous small restaurants and marvellous konobas all alongside the banks. Parts of rich tourist offer are also traditional feasts, Tribunj and Fishermen Nights, as well as donkey races, which hope to help in preservation of this autochthon species. The old part of Tribunj, placed on a small island connected with land by a stone bridge, was encircled with defense walls, whose ruins can still be seen. The settlement was founded in the 16th century, and proof of its rich and turbulent past are also the church of St. Nicholas from 1452, Jurjevgrad fortress, built in 1650 as a defense from the Turks, and the medieval church of Virgin Mary, east to the town.