Vinišće is located in Split and Dalmatia County and it currently has about 850 residents . It is located between Sibenik and Split and is therfore poorly connected with other parts . Favorite resort of the inhabitants of this place is islands Krknjasi, which again struck many tourists with its beauty. In 1272nd this place was first mentioned , but there is no occurrence of settlement data . The famous is church of Blažene Djevice Marije which was founded 1272. By Benedictines , and beside of the church it is situated graveyard with tombstones . In the 18th century has been built the church Antuna Padovanskog, which was often visited from other parts of town. At least residents lived in Vinišće in 1857th, and the very surface of Vinisce is about 50 square kilometers . It is the largest area in the municipality of Trogir , and it was mentioned in the written sources from the 13th century , which leads as to conclude that this place was known since ancient times . The money from the Roman era was found hier and especially interesting are the ruins of the old part of Trogir . From the 9th to the 12th century , there were built monasteries and churches whose ruins can be seen today. The center of all events in the past was the church of the Djevice Marije. It is known that the famous sculptor Ivan Duknović , who at that time was very famous originates fro Vinišće. In the early 16th century, the inhabitants of this place had to move to the islands Drvenik Mali and Drvenik Veliki because of attacks of the Turks. Later they again returned to. Residents are now engaged in fishing , tourism , and little less in agriculture . It is known for its beautiful bays and sandy and pebble beaches . Some of them are called Ričevo Vrelo, Stari Trogir, Sičenica i Voluja. The place has many restaurants, cafes , a marina , and is perfect for holidays with children in private rooms , villas and apartments . Those who are looking for entertainment can visit the surrounding towns such as Trogir , Split , Sibenik or .Rogoznica.