Amadria Park Hotel Jakov

When you stay at the Amadria Park Hotel Jakov, you’ll have a beachfront location and all the benefits of a large resort.

The hotel is part of a much larger complex, so during your stay, you’ll have multiple bars, restaurants and even a water park to explore.

The curvy pool has in-water loungers with picture-perfect views of the sea. Around the water’s edge, parasols and a snack bar make for easy days. And down by the sand, there’s an adults-only beach club.

For mealtimes, the main restaurant serves buffets and has show-cooking stations.

Overview of Sibenik

A holiday to the Dalmatian coast and its islands means stunning scenery, historic culture and a glorious Mediterranean climate. When you take a trip to Sibenik, you’ll discover one of Croatia’s best-kept secrets.

During your stay at the Amadria Park Hotel Jakov, the cultural attractions will rival the more popular Split and Dubrovnik, and the local beaches of the Kornati Islands are stunning. If that isn’t enough, make time to explore the idyllic Krka National Park.

Things to do in Sibenik

A stay at the Amadria Park Hotel Jakov will put the very best of Sibenik on your doorstep.

In the old town, you’ll find winding alleys, white-stone buildings and terracotta roofs. Sibenik is also home to two Unesco World Heritage Sites: the Cathedral of St James and St Nicholas Fortress.

Away from the culture, there are child-friendly attractions galore. The Aquapark Dalmatia is particularly popular with families, as is the aquarium.

In the evening, you’ll also discover everything from Michelin-starred cuisine to traditional Croatian favourites. There’s something the whole family will love here.

In Sibenik, you can wine and dine in style, visit family-friendly attractions and soak up the culture. During your holiday, you’ll find it difficult to tell whether the adults or the kids are enjoying it more.


Resort Summary

Sibenik is the only city on the Adriatic coast built by the Croatians, and it has an authentic atmosphere even today. It was subsequently claimed by the Venetians and Byzantines, who made their own mark on the city’s architecture and culture.

Sibenik’s medieval old town is a vision of winding alleyways, white-stone buildings with terracotta roofs, and beautiful Renaissance architecture. The old town’s most renowned building is the Cathedral of St James. This UNESCO world heritage site is a fusion of Gothic and Renaissance styles and is famed for its ornate stonework and decorative friezes.

Sibenik’s second UNESCO world heritage site is the St Nicholas Fortress, built by the Venetians to guard from Turkish attacks. The triangular-shaped fortress occupies an islet at the entrance of Sibenik’s natural harbour, and is connected to the mainland by a narrow causeway. This atmospheric, abandoned fortress is a great place to explore.