One day would be short to visit all the places and attractions offered by the Town of Drnis and Drnis area, but there are a few places that would be worth a visit. The tour would be good to start visiting Gradina- oldest part of Drnis with wonderful view of the town itself as well as to parts of the surrounding area, then go down to the town, visit the church of St. Rocco who is also the guardian of town, church of Our Lady of the Rosary and St. Ante also unavoidable work world-renowned sculptor Ivan Meštrović “Spring of Life”. In some of the local cafes you can drink coffee, tea or other refreshments. If you are interested in historical and cultural heritage, tour should be continued by visiting the Museum in the town and 10 km from the town well-known Mausoleum of Ivan Meštrović, which is also a family tomb. Since the region is characterized by the Krka National Park, the tour will continue to the Franciscan island Visova c where you can see a monastery, church, museum and beautiful nature wildlife.
From Visovac ship passing through the prehistoric gorges carved sculptured by natural action. In Roski Slap, part of the National Park Krka which is characterized by waterfalls, hiking trails, protected plants and animal species, you can freely enjoy the undisturbed observation of the above. It also gives you the opportunity to become familiar with the customs and the former conditions of life in the mills that show past. Younger visitors can’t bypass the Zip-line in the Čikola Canyon, especially those looking for adrenaline rush, while those older would rather go for a walk or a bike ride on beautiful landscapes. In the end, it would be a sin to go and not try cuisine with an emphasis on prosciutto (smoked ham) as the most famous specialty which was singed many times, and even served on the British Court. Smoked ham (prosciutto), cheese from dried sheep skin, baked bread, wine are only part of th e gastronomic offer in restaurants on farms always smiling and welcoming hosts.