The Hotel Punta complex is situated in the leading tourist destination on the Šibenik Riviera – Vodice. The greatest advantage of this destination is the excellent connections to two airports, excellent road access and a modern ship line.


Vodice is known for its liveliness, the diversity of its tourism offer and the proximity of attractive destinations. Surrounded by the beauty of the sea, the islands, waterways and national parks, this unconventional town invites travellers and passers-by looking for a relaxing, healthy and active holiday, entertainment and recreation. Cheerful, noisy and busy during the bustle of the day, and yet quiet, charming and magical at sunset and in the beauty of the calm night… that's Vodice.


Vodice has been recognised as one of the best entertainment venues on the Croatian seaboard. During the peak season the numerous cafés and bars draw thousands of young people looking for entertainment. The fun continues at several nightclubs, the best known of which is the Hacienda, frequently a destination for international celebrities like Eva Longoria, Boy George and many others, and for local celebrities who stayed at the Hotel Punta after their concerts, including David Guetta, Boy George, Saša Matić, Severina, Neno Belan, Boris Novković and many others.

Bars & Cafés

Vodice is home to many quality bars and authentic local cafés. Nestled on the beaches of small coves, the ancient streets of the town or on the waterfront in the town core, they are a prelude to parties every summer evening. Pick your genre, perhaps local, pop or foreign music, or lounge on a wooden bench listening to the sounds of local a cappella klapa bands… as a romantic duo or in lively company… this is the daily image of summer nights in Vodice.

National parks

Krka National Park is home to the largest and best-known waterfalls in the Dalmatia region and is located in the immediate vicinity of Hotel Punta. With its seven travertine falls and a total drop of 242 metres, Krka is a natural karst phenomenon. It is a natural and preserved ecosystem almost untouched by human hands and is a not-to-be-missed destination for all those who visit Vodice. The Krka falls, with their abundance of running water, fish and aquatic flora offers every visitor and unforgettable experience of natural beauty. The isle of Visovac with its 15th century Franciscan monastery is a trademark symbol of this national park, while the natural phenomenon of the Roški slap falls will leave any visitor breathless.

Kornati National Park
is the largest archipelago in the Adriatic and consists of 89 islands, isles and rocks. Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw once wrote that, "On the last day of the Creation God desired to crown His work, and thus created the Kornati Islands out of tears, stars and breath."

Historic towns

Zadar – The Zadar area is the oldest Croatian historical region. It is a place of sun, warm sea, olives, wine, fish, song and picturesque settlements with stone houses—in a word the truly original Mediterranean. In Zadar you can see remains from the antiquity, walk along the beautiful waterfront to the sounds of the sea organ and the most beautiful sunset in the world.
Vodice - Zadar - 62 km

Šibenik – The oldest Croatian town on the Adriatic seaboard with a unique setting in a picturesque bay, at the mouth of the Krka River. Šibenik is a town of culture, distinctive by its stone streets and squares, hundreds of stone steps, numerous small churches and at the town core, the Cathedral of Šibenik as its largest and best-known feature. St Jacob's Cathedral is the core of the culture and spirituality of this town and is rightly to be found on the UNESCO list of World  Heritage Sites.
Vodice - Šibenik - 11 km

Split – A unique city that grew out of the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian. As the largest city in the Dalmatia region and a city on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites, Split now lives by the quiet beat of history, the lively spirit of its youth and a Mediterranean charm, but altogether Croatian warmth, that is its alone...
Vodice - Split - 81 km

Trogir – The chief culture monument in Trogir is the Cathedral, the western portal of which was created by Master Radovan—this is a town that delights visitors with its cultural and historical monuments, narrow streets and art collections, including many masterpieces.
Vodice - Trogir - 55 km


Entering the country

Passports or some other form of identification document recognised by international agreement is recognised as travel documents when entering Croatia. Customs law in the Republic of Croatia is harmonised with the standards of the EU member countries. Foreign currencies may be freely brought into and taken out of the country up to the amount of EUR 10,000. Professional and technical equipment of greater value must be declared at the border. Dogs and cats must have an international certificate issued by a veterinarian confirming that 15 days to 6 months have elapsed since the last inoculation against rabies before entry into Croatia.

Tax Free Shopping

All foreign citizens are entitled to a tax refund. The smallest amount qualifying for a tax refund is HRK 740.00 and must have been spent at one sales point on the same day. Tax refunds for foreign citizens can only be provided for goods purchased in shops with a "Tax Free" sign displayed.

Money and ATMs

The Croatian currency is the kuna (HRK). 1 kuna (kn) = 100 lipa (lp). Bills are in the denominations 1000, 500, 200, 100, 50, 20 and 10 kn. Coins are in the denominations 5, 2 and 1 kuna and 50, 20, 10, 5, 2 and 1 lipa. Foreign currencies may be exchanged at banks, exchange offices, postal offices, tourist agencies, hotels, camps and marinas. Hotels and most shops, restaurants and agencies accept all major credit cards (Eurocard/Mastercard, American Express, Diners, Visa). In Vodice the following banks have installed ATMs: Jadranska banka, Zagrebačka banka, Privredna banka, Splitska banka, Hrvatska poštanska banka, Raiffeisen Bank, Erste Bank and OTP banka. Cash withdrawals can be made at all ATMs using Eurocard/Mastercard, Diners, American Express and Visa cards.


Traffic information

  • In Croatia traffic moves on the right.
  • Headlights are required to be on day and night.
  • The use of a mobile phone while driving is not permitted.
  • Seatbelt use is mandatory.
  • The permitted quantity of alcohol in the bloodstream is 0.5 per mill.
  • To enter with and drive an automobile in Croatia you will require a vehicle registration card, driver's license and proof of vehicle insurance in the event of an accident.


Information and roadside assistance
Hrvatski autoklub (HAK)
Information centre: 062 777 777
Roadside assistance: +385 (1) 987