Jezera is typically small Dalmatian town located on the southeast side of the island Murter. It was named after the small lakes that are formed in the fall and winter days when water is poured into the karst valleys.

Jezera is populated back in 1298th when in the bay is well protected from wind and waves come first settlers. In the natural harbor today is located nautical center and a modern marina with 250 berths.

Jezera has many cultural monuments, but particularly should emphasize the church Our Lady of Health from 1720. year, which was built by master Jure Foretic.

Residents of Jezera are excellent fishermen and sailors. In this small fishing village, you can offer daily seafood specialties, fresh fish, shellfish, crabs ...

Traditionally, the population is engaged in fishing, olive and wine growing, while today tourism is developing quickly.

During the summer months are held many interesting events. Jezera are especially proud of their ancient crafts, costumes, songs and dances that are presented to tourists at events such as: »How did our forefathers lived«, »Days of the Sea«, »Little Lady«.

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About Murter

Island Murter is connected with a bridge to the mainland. There are 4 small touristic towns on the island: Betina and Murter on the north-west and Jezera and Tisno on the eastern side. Here on this web site you can find information about the destination and book accommodation (apartments, fishing house, room or pansion).
Island Murter is very attractive destinations because of beautiful nature, many beaches and the proximity of the National Park Kornati, Vrana Lake Nature Park, National Park, Krka, Paklenica and the historical towns of Sibenik and Zadar.