The coastal waters of Šibenik contain an archipelago of 249 islands stretching out over 157sq km. In this constellation of islands, only six have a permanent population that totals less than 7000 people. Needless to say, these little islands make marvelous getaways if you're looking for a rustic vacation experience. Due to its scarce population, Šibenik Archipelago is popular to visit among people who seek isolation and beautiful, untouched nature. It is an area best explored by boat or yacht, although there are daily ferries to and from the mainland. The islands are practically untouched by tourism. Locals all live off the land and the sea, fishing, and growing olives and grapes, which is the true spirit of ancient Dalmatia held till our days.
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