Betina is a settlement at the northeast coast of the island of Murter which is connected to the mainland with a drawbridge in Tisno. It is located 35km west of Šibenik. The village's symbols are the baroque church of St. Francis with its bell tower, the local square with the harbour on the sea and the local shipyard, which, apart from the one in Korčula, is the oldest in the Adriatic. There are two campsites in the nearby bays of Plitka vala and Kosirina, and in the town itself there is Betina marina as well as numerous catering facilities that are by the most famous for their fish dishes.
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