Agrotourism Kalpic is located near the Krka National Park, only 10.6 miles from the city of Šibenik. It consists of 3 traditional Croatian stone cottages and a larger stone house. Each bedroom is set up with antique furniture, mainly out of wood decorated in a recognizable authentic style. Guests of Agrotourism Kalpic can join the hosts in harvesting herbs, figs and cherries, which are grown organically on-site, or learn how to cook a traditional Dalmatian meal and taste the local speciality Pršut (smoked ham). Near the Kalpic, guests can find an authentic Dalmatian tavern, where a wide range of home-made wines and liquors, such as the Rakija, is served. End of September, Agrotourism Kalpic organises the traditional grape harvest.