About me

With my 27 years of swimming experience, 8 years of coaching experience and knowledge in sport programs, Master degree in Kinesiology, organisational skills gained through organising triathlons and orientation running as a part of non-profit organization “Sport za sve” 08 Forca Sibenik, Swim Project is sure to deliver state-of-the-art programs and teaching for all level swimmers

Goran – founder

About Sibenik

Amongst all Croatian towns on the Adriatic coast Sibenik is set apart by its unique location in a picturesque and open bay, at the mouth of the Krka River. Created initially as an ancient Croatian castrum, a fortification or encampment, at the bottom of St. Michael’s Fortress that still dominates the town, Sibenik was mentioned for the first time in 1066, in a document issued by the most important Croatian ruler - the king Petar Krešimir IV. Šibenik obtained the status of a native Croatian town in 1290, when the Diocese of Sibenik was established.

The view over Sibenik reveals the unique harmony of the urban poetics of the town and its natural surroundings. The harbour, which is connected to the open sea by the St. Anthony Strait, has been an initiator of marittime affairs development, trading and the overall economic prosperity of the town for centuries. At the entrance into the Strait is the fortress of St. Nicholas, the most important renaissance fortress on the eastern coast of the Adriatic.
Together with the fortresses of St. Michael, St. John and Subicevac surrounding the town, it is a symbol of the centuries old continuous resistance of Sibenik.

Croatian cuisine

Although the Croatian cuisine is by now well known in the rest of Europe, you can only experience the full range of its culinary highlights by coming to the country itself. Combining two major influences - Mediterranean (Italian) and Central European (Austrian, Hungarian), with an added spice of a Turkish historical influence, every single region of the country has different delicacies to offer!