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The stone alleys of the historic centre serve as an ideal stage for this merriest Vodice's festival. Art workshops, exhibitions, concerts and street performers will bring the hidden corners of the town to life, to the delight of all visitors!
The Jazz and Blues Festival in Vodice is traditionally held every year during July for a couple of evenings, offering an unforgettable musical atmosphere by the sea and gathering prominent Croatian and international jazz and blues musicians.
This central entertainment event in Vodice is one of the biggest and most visited local fests in Dalmatia, known for its rich music programme and unforgettable midnight fireworks. The programme usually starts in the afternoon and lasts all night long, so the town bars remain full until the early morning hours.
Mid-August in Vodice is traditionally reserved for the Evening of Dalmatian Klapa Songs, as the event brings some of the best Croatian "klapas" to the town.
Keeping the old customs alive, the Vodice Tourist Board and the Vodice Pearls Association give you the Šaša and Pulenta Day, a unique gastronomic event that teaches about traditional ways of preparing tomato sauce and cornmeal. Come to Vodice and taste the dishes of our ancestors!
The second Sunday in October in Vodice is usually reserved for a traditional recreational mountain bike marathon in memory of cyclist Gabriel Skočić and his colleagues, the firefighters who courageously and tragically died on the island of Kornat in 2007.
This legendary offshore regatta takes yachtsmen along the 110 mile enduring route from Vodice to Jabuka Island and back. The regatta is famous for its night start and mystical Jabuka Island, including the characteristically strong winds and a long and exhausting race.
The Vodice area has a network of over 350 km of road and mountain bike tracks.
At the Church of St. John in Rakitnica the local tourist board is organizing a nice gathering of local citizens and visitors, with a programme that includes "klapa" songs performances, preparation of traditional dishes and the excursion to the Arauzona archaeological site.