This privacy policy is designed to serve those who are concerned about how their personal information is used on the Internet. Personal data, as defined by the Personal Data Protection Act, are data that can be used independently or with other personal identification, contact or finding information, or to identify an individual. Please read our Privacy Policy carefully to understand how we collect, use, protect or otherwise process your personal information on our website.

WHAT PERSONAL DATA WE ASSUME FROM VISITORS TO OUR WEB SITES?

When signing up for a newsletter, we store your email address and the name you are registered with, which does not necessarily correspond to your real name.

We do not respond to incorrectly entered information such as wrong e-mail address or incorrectly entered name.

WHEN WE CONFIRM THE DATA?

We collect information when signing up for a newsletter.

HOW DO WE USE YOUR DATA?

Your information we collect when signing up for a newsletter and viewing the page is used for the following purposes:

for delivery of the service information that you have been subjected to
for site visit analytics
HOW CAN YOU TRY TO BRING YOUR DATA?

at the bottom of the received e-mail notification there is a login link or send an e-mail message from the address you registered to the email system listed at the bottom of the page and ask for deletion

HOW TO PROVIDE DATA ON VISITORS?

Our websites are regularly monitored to avoid security leaks and known system vulnerabilities to make your visit as safe as possible.

We regularly use malware scanning and we comply with the PCI-DSS standard.

Your personal information is kept behind a secured network and is only available to a limited number of persons who have special rights to access such systems and are obliged to keep information secret.

Each of your communications according to our site is secured with an advanced SSL certificate with 256 bit encryption.

You can check your connection security in SSL Checker

DO WE USE “KOLAČIĆE”?

That. Columns are small files that a site or its service provider transfers to your computer’s hard drive via the web browser (if you allow it), which allows the page system or service provider to recognize your browser and keep and remember certain information. They are also used to help us understand your preferences based on your previous or current activity on the site, which allows us to provide you with better services. Cookies are also used to help collect comprehensive traffic information on your site and to interact, all in order to offer you better user experience and tools in the future.

Note: Our system does not allow any authentication of the actual user using cookies.

We use cookies for:

understanding and saving user settings for future visits,
collecting comprehensive traffic information and interactions on the site to provide better user experience and tools in the future.
We can also use trusted third-party services to track this information in our needs.
You can choose to alert your computer every time a cookie is sent or you can choose to disable all cookies. You can do this through web browser settings (like Internet Explorer). Each browser is a bit different, so see your browser’s “Help” menu to learn the correct way to change your cookies.

If a user disables cookies in their browser:

if you disable cookies, some features will be disabled. This will exclude some of the features that make your user experience on our site more effective and some of our services will not work properly.

PUBLISH TO THIRD PARTY

We do not sell, market or otherwise outsource your personal information.

THIRD PARTY LINKS

At times, at our discretion, we may include or offer third party information or services on our site. Third-party pages have separate and independent privacy policies. Therefore, we are not responsible for the content and activities on these sites. However, we want to protect the integrity of our site and welcome any feedback on these sites.

COMMENTS

When visitors write a comment on a web page, we collect the information displayed in the comment form, and also the visitor’s IP address as well as the user agent’s string of browsers to better detect spam.

It is possible that an anonymous string created from your email address (also called a hash) is provided to the Gravatar service to verify that you are using it. Gravatar services privacy policy is available here: https://automattic.com/privacy/. Once your comment has been approved, your profile picture is publicly visible in the context of your comment.

GOOGLE ANALYSIS

Along with suppliers (third party), such as Google, we use the same cookies (such as Google Analytics cookies) to compile information about the user’s interaction with the services on our web pages.

We agree to the following:

users can visit our site anonymously,
Once we’ve created privacy policies, we’ll add a link to them on our home page or on the first significant page after entering our site,
our link to the Privacy Statement includes the word “privacy” and can be easily found on the page listed above.
Users will be notified of any changes to privacy policy on our Privacy Statement page. Users can change their personal information via e-mail, talk to us, or by submitting a query.

HOW OUR WEBSITE PUTS SIGNAL NOT TO RELEASE?

We appreciate signals that can not be tracked or monitored, we set cookies, or we use it for advertising when the “No Monitor” (DNT) browser mechanism is set up.

DO YOUR WEBSITE ALLOW THE MONITORING OF THIRD PARTIES?

It’s important to note that we allow third-party behavior to be tracked.

PROTECTION FROM SPAM

The Personal Data Protection Act and the Electronic Communications Act are laws that define the rules for commercial emails, establish commercial message requests, grant recipients the right to stop receiving such emails, and cite severe misdemeanor penalties. We collect your email address to:

sending information, answering questions, and / or any requests or questions,
we may be able to send you additional information related to our business
In accordance with the legal regulations, we agree to the following:

we will not use fake or misleading topics or email addresses,
Identify the message as an ad in an acceptable way,
include the physical address of our branch offices or headquarters,
Observe quick non-inclusion / exit requests,
allow users to log off using the link at the bottom of each email that is signed in to the newsletter.
CONTACT US

If you have any questions regarding this privacy statement you can contact us using the following information:

Udruga za zaštitu prirode i okoliša te promicanje održivog razvoja Argonauta
Pijaca Društva seoske izobraženosti bb
22243 Murter
info@argonauta.hr

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Jezera have won the Blue Flower Award five times. It is awarded by the Croatian Tourist Board in the category of the most beautifully kept tourist destinations!

Jezera abound with distinctive, authentic customs. One of them is the Jezera Marine Ball - today part of the programme of the Cultural and Artistic Association Koledišće - dating back to the late 19th century. In 1911, the Association of Jezera Sailors was founded (locals called it "šocija naviganti") who would organise the ball at the sendoff of a young sailor on his first voyage. Other interesting customs are Preperuše - a Dodola custom of the calling for rain during dry months in which children participate.

On the island of Kukuljar Vodeni, next to Jezera, there is a  drystone wall named “Pirates” by the inhabitants of Jezera. According to legend, bodies of dead sea pirates killed by the inhabitants of Murter Island in a naval battle were buried there.

Legend of the name “boduli” (islanders) comes from the 15th century during the Turkish conquest of Croatian islands. As the Turks did not know how to swim, they used empty water skins in their attempt to conquer them. The islanders were formed into groups led by a commander. At his command "buodi duoli", they would dive into the sea and pierce the skins with spears and the Turks would drown. The surviving Turks escaped to their camps and talked to the agas (officials) that they were defeated by those who shout "buo doli".

Writer Vjekoslav Kaleb was born in Tisno. His birthplace is in the very centre of town.

There is a moveable bridge in Tisno. From 9 a.m. to 9.30 a.m. and from 5 p.m. ​​to 5.30 p.m. each day in the summer months, the bridge is lifted so the larger boats could pass below. The drivers and passengers are not bothered by the half-hour wait, as everyone usually joins the crowd of tourists on the bride railing and enjoys the procession of traditional boats as well as luxury boats. A photo of the raised bridge with white boat sails is the perfect memento of Tisno.

The bell tower or campanile of the parish church of the Holy Spirit is unfinished. Namely, the Tisno campanile had to have two additional floors according to its original draft, but due to the lack of financial resources it was built shorter, and has remained so to date.

At the main altar of the today`s church of St. Spirit, there is an early Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary with the child. The mentioned statue (11/12th century) is unique in Europe because it is uniquely coated with silver and gold and has not previously been painted. This statue represented Tisno across Europe.

The story says that Murter Island was a pirate nest in its history, from which the famous name Isola del Morte - the Island of Death originates.

Inhabitants of Murter are the largest owners of the Kornati-Žuta-Sit group of islands that they bought in the late 19th century from Zadar's gentry.

The Kornati drystone walls or add-on walls are as high as is necessary so the sheep cannot jump over them and cross to another property, and they are as wide as is necessary to keep the wind from knocking them over

There are five small family shipyards in Betina, where high-quality shipbuilders use hand tools to build solid and durable traditional wooden boats.

The legend says that the name of the settlement Betina comes from the old Celtic word "bet" meaning mouth, which corresponds to the shape of the Betina harbour.

Did you know that in all four villages of Murter Island a different dialect is used? For some terms, every village on the island has a different word. About all the differences and curiosities of the speech of Murter island wrote Edo Juraga in the “Rječnik govora otoka Murtera” (Murter's Dialect Dictionary).

Frequently asked questions


Are there organised excursions to NP Kornati?

Excursion boats run in the summer months from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and in the period of the pre-season and the post-season by appointment. In case of bad weather, boats do not sail. The Boats depart from Murter harbour.  

Is it possible to participate in regattas?

For all questions about participating in regattas, please contact the offices of tourist boards of Betina, Jezera or Murter.

Is Murter Island one municipality?

Murter Island has four villages and two municipalities. The Tisno Municipality includes Betina, Jezera, Tisno, and the mainland villages of Dubrava, Dazlina and Ivinj, while the Murter-Kornati Municipality includes Murter village and Kornati Islands.  

When does the bridge in Tisno rise?

The bridge in Tisno is raised twice a day, every day, in the summer months (15 May - 15 September), 9 a.m. - 9.30 a.m. and 5 p.m. - 5.30 p.m. and in the winter on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 9 a.m. - 9.30 a.m.

Bridge opens for larger boats to be able to pass through narrow channel between island Murter and mainland in Tisno. Road traffic than stops for half an hour, twice a day. You might be caught waiting in a long cue - please be patient.

The rest of the time Murter Island is connected to the mainland.

Where can I buy a parking ticket?

On parking lots there are machines for purchasing parking tickets or use the SMS service to pay for parking. For weekly and monthly tickets and other information about parking, residents and visitors of Tisno Municipality can obtain information and services from the Ježinac utility company, and residents and visitors of Murter-Kornati Municipality from the Murtela utility company.

Where can I get a fishing license?

The Fishing license can be issued by Fishing Society Punta Rata in Jezera,  in Agency Levant, Dolac 93, Betina +385 98 981 4356 or in Agency ET, Ribarska 26, Jezera +385 22 439394.   

Where can I seek medical help on Murter Island?

 If you need a doctor, you can go to the General Practice office in Murter or Tisno for assistance. The nearest hospital is in Šibenik. Emergency health care is in Tisno.

Where to buy a ticket to NP Kornati?

You can buy a ticket for National Park Kornati at the park's office in the centre of Murter, or at the entrance to the park where the park's staff will welcome you in boats.