This new and ambitious theme park illustrating the traditional Dalmatian way of life is a short drive from Šibenik in the village of Pakovo Selo on the road to Drniš. Unassuming on the outside, the walled complex contains an ensemble of green-shuttered stone houses, each filled with the kind of rustic furnishings that would have been in domestic use a century or so ago. Local activities like pršut-making and rakija-distilling form an important part of the display, and Dalmatian folk songs are performed on summer weekends. Etnoland can only be visited by pre-booked tour, which lasts one-and-a-quarter or three-and-a-half hours (the latter includes lunch). Individual visitors should enquire in advance about the possibility of joining a tour, or negotiate a price based on how many of you there are and how long you want to stay.
Oštarija 9, Drniš
|Opening hours:||by appointment and with prior reservation|