Supergumno: Šibenik Region to Receive a New Visitor Center Designed by Nikola Bašić

Daniela Rogulj

Supergumno will be built in the area of Račica and will have an area of 13,500 m2. The visitor center will be designed by architect Nikola Bašić.

The town of Vodice, as owner of the land, has signed an agreement for construction in Šibenik-Knin County to build a regional center for visitors. The agreement allows the county to implement the process of obtaining a building permit and later construction, reports the Tourist Board of Vodice on January 4, 2017.

The visitor center, which will be known as Supergumno, will be built in the area of Račica. The space will contain an area of 13,500 m2 and will be designed by popular Croatian architect Nikola Bašić – internationally known for his work on the Sea Organ and the “Greeting to the Sun” monument in Zadar. The project will be funded with the help of European funds.

The indoor space of Supergumno will contain an information desk, office, and shop which will specialize in the offer of original products. The center will also offer catering which will serve traditional dishes, and there will be educational and multimedia rooms. One room in the center will be designed with three themed galleries, inviting visitors to have an interactive experience while being introduced to the tourist attractions in the county.

The exterior of the complex will include a rooftop promenade, porches and gazebos, and a Mediterranean garden with an abundance of native plant species. A special component of the center will consist of a small zoo with farm animals from the county of Šibenik.


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