Less than 4 NM sailing away from Šibenik and less than 1 NM from Vodice, Prvić is the closest to shore among Šibenik archipelago islands. Relatively small, with 2.37 km2 and a population of 400, Prvić is among the most densely populated islands on Adriatic. Same as on island Žirje, there is not a single car on the island, except one fire truck.
Two small idyllic fisherman villages are on the island, Prvić Luka and Šepurine.
In Prvić Luka you can visit a Memorial Centre Faust Vrančić, a man whom the world today mostly remembers as the inventor of Homo Volans – the flying man, also known as the parachute, but he was a lot more.
The whole island is under the protection of the Croatian Ministry of Culture since the island is a cultural heritage.
For anyone looking for a corner of peace, visiting Prvić would be a great choice.