Convention Centre Šibenik

This is the first and largest convention centre in the Croatia and Adriatic region. A world-class venue offering 11 state-of-the-art meeting halls, the centre is spread out over three easy-to-navigate levels, each floor serving a different function.

Ground Floor event space, with its movable stage, is well suited for large gatherings. The Lower Floor – featuring open space and a bar – is geared towards exhibitions and conferences, while the First Floor is designed for meetings and break-out sessions.

How to get to the Convention Centre?

If you are arriving by plane to the airports of Split (SPU) or Zadar (ZAD) you will come to Amadria Park in 40 minutes by motorway A1. Get off the highway at the Šibenik exit, then continue to state road D8, direction Split until you see a sign Amadria Park, then turn right. Continue straight to our resort. Another option is to follow the state road D8 (with sea view) all the way, the ride takes only 20 minutes longer.

When coming to Amadria Park from Zagreb or direction north, the motorway A1 is the fastest way. An alternative option is to go by state road D1. By motorway you go a bit faster, but the state road offers panoramic views to those who have some time to stop and enjoy the landscape. Travelling by road D1 takes about 1 hour longer.

If you are arriving by car from the center of Šibenik go to the eastern town exit. Follow the main road,then turn right to the state road D8, direction Split. You will reach a sign for Amadria Park, turn right and continue for 1.5 km directly to the Conference Centre and the hotels.

If you arrive by bus to the main station in Šibenik, you can get a direct bus line to Amadria Park that goes from the city market. The trip takes 15 minutes.


Šibenik – 6 kmSplit – 82 kmZadar – 80 kmDubrovnik – 271 kmRijeka – 298 kmZagreb – 342 km
Vienna – 696 kmBudapest – 682 kmLjubljana – 400 kmSarajevo – 289 kmPrague – 1020 kmFrankfurt – 1300 km


Šibenik is situated in the central part of the Croatian Adriatic Coast, in the picturesque and indented bay where the Krka River, one of the most beautiful karst rivers in Croatia enters the sea. Today Šibenik, with 46,332 inhabitants, is the administrative, political, economic and socio-cultural center of the Šibenik-Knin County.

Šibenik and Knin County has 242 islands, islets and above-sea reefs. The most numerous group of islands are the Kornati, which are distinguished by their remarkable beauty known throughout the world.

The Šibenik region is characterized by a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and dry and mild winters. In most parts of the Šibenik region, the most common winds are the bora-bura and the sirocco-jugo, and along the coastal belt there is even the refreshing onshore mistral-maestral.

Šibenik is famous for its cultural and historical sights and natural beauties, and boasts two monuments under the protection of UNESCO, the Cathedral of St. James and the St. Nicholas’ fortress as well as the two national parks, Krka and Kornati. There are even three fortresses in the city: St. Michael’s, Barone, St. John’s and St. Nicholas’ on the sea side with a beautiful view over the St. Anthony’s Channel and the city of Šibenik.

Source: Tourist board of the City of Šibenik