Pirovac is situated on north coast of Pirovac bay, a natural phenomenon, which is 10 kilometers drawn into the rock with the attractive Mediterranean vegetation.
A private accommodation overcomes, but guests also have a hotel complex with villas, bungalows, camp site with all acompanying contents at their disposal.
Pirovac is surrounded by two national parks: Krka and Kornati. Tourists are attracted here by coves Sitnica, Vrulje, Vrilo (with its gravel beaches) Makrina where findings of healing mud that is used for thalassotherapy were found and beautiful lake called Vransko Jezero, known as a place where some of the most unknown and the most exotic birds live.
Owning to the stream which circulates around the bay, the water here is approximately 3 to 4 grades Celsius warmer than average along the Adriatic coast.
Along the bay of Pirovac there are many inlets, sandy beaches and the islet of St. Stephen ( Sustipanac ) situated westwards. Pirovac is ideal starting point for unforgettable excursions to the Kornati archipelago and river Krka.
It is very exciting place to spend your holidays, and also a place where you definitely cannot get bored. The biggest advantages of this little town are beaches with the warmest and the cleanest sea in the world.
Pirovac was first mentioned in the year 1298 and was known as Zloselo. It belonged to the noblemen from Bribir - the Subic family and later it became the property of the Sibenik Diocese and some noblemen from Sibenik.
The settlement itself was founded in the 15th ct. by the refugees who fled from the Turks. Nevertheless, this area was inhabited many centuries earlier than that which can be proved by the remnants of the Roman settlements found on the islet of St.Stephen. Many other historical monuments tell us about the gradual settlement and development of this place.
Recommended excursions: * Biograd na moru (24,5km) * Vransko jezero (20,5km) * Sibenik (23km) * Murter (2,7Nm) * Kornati (12Nm) * Krka Waterfalls (33km)