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Amadria Park in Šibenik celebrates Croatian National Day with a ‘Croatia Week’

Amadria Park Šibenik

Šibenik, Croatia – April 30, 2019 – Guests of Amadria Park hotels Ivan, Jakov and Andrija in Šibenik will enjoy special Croatia Day celebrations and activities during the week of June 22 to 30, to mark Croatian Statehood Day Dan Državnosti, on June 25.

A popular destination amongst the Croatian diaspora as well as the domestic travel market, the former Solaris hotels will host a number of traditional events during this period, including a Croatian dinner at the renowned Dalmatian Ethno Village, klapa and folkloric performances and a tournament of traditional family games.

Amadria Park Šibenik
Dalmatian Ethno Village 
Dalmatian Ethno Village  

Guests of Amadria Park’s ‘Croatia Week’ can also expect savings on Aquapark Dalmatia entry and sailing excursions aboard the Galija Explorer Ship along the Šibenik archipelago, as well as use of the on-site sports centre.

Amadria Park Sports Centre – Šibenik 
Galija Explorer Ship – St Anthony’s Channel, Šibenik

The modern, 4-star Amadria Park hotels participating in ‘Croatia Week’ are the elegant leisure and business hotel Ivan with its spa and wellness complex, and the newly renovated family hotel Jakov and kids’ hotel Andrija – both with kids Summer Club entertainment programs.  

Amadria Park Hotel Ivan
Amadria Park Hotel Jakov

Amadria Park Jakov has spacious family rooms, contemporary restaurant and bar and two new swimming pools. The sea-themed Amadria Park Andrija also features child-friendly rooms and décor, with dedicated kids spaces throughout and two brand new swimming pools. A vatreni-themed grand finale celebration is planned at the pool terraces of Jakov and Andrija for all guests of ‘Croatia Week’.

Amadria Park Hotel Andrija

More information can be found here: https://www.amadriapark.com/offer/croatia-week

UNESCO heritage St Nicholas Fortress – Šibenik (source: Šibenik Tourist Board)
Šibenik riva (source: Šibenik Tourist Board)
Šibenik – Fotresses Barone and St Michael’s (source: Šibenik Tourist Board)

About Amadria Park: 

With a tradition of hospitality service in the Adriatic since 1904, Amadria Park is today well established in the leisure and business travel industry, offering its guests the choice of 12 quality hotels with over 2,000 rooms, seven guest attractions, 40 bars and restaurants and four spa and wellness centres. Amadria Park is located in Opatija, Zagreb and Sibenik – three beautiful Croatian destinations enriched with an abundance of natural and cultural heritage. Amadria Park prides itself on providing genuine Croatian hospitality, authentic gastronomy, excellent service levels and a distinct guest offer.

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