When sailing in Central Dalmatia make sure to visit Trogir with its beautiful old town as well as Rogoznica, a typical Dalmatian fishing village.
Further up the coast you will find the island of Krapanj that is famous for being the smallest inhabited island in the Adriatic as well as the geographically lowest one.
The largest town in this part of the Adriatic is Šibenik, with a quiet historic center and a spectacular fifteenth-century cathedral. Šibenik is the most convenient base from which to visit the amazing waterfalls of the Krka National Park.
The main natural attraction in this part of Dalmatia is the Kornati archipelago, a collection of enchantingly bare and uninhabited islands stretching to the north from the easy-going island of Murter.