Slatine (1,057 inhabitants) is located on the island of Čiovo. Administrative and territorial belongs to the Split-Dalmatia County. Near the village is the church of "Our Lady of prizidine", which is famous for what in the Middle Ages it stayed hermits (today it is a pilgrimage of the faithful from Croatia and abroad). In the village of Slatina is the church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary which was built in sedamnaestom century (with the painted Gothic crucifix and the Byzantine icon). Places, which also have their own specificity, are located on the island of Ciovo is: and (tourists are visiting in the afternoon). Population engaged in agriculture (olives, figs, grapes), fishing, and recently in tourism which dominated many apartments. Slatine are extremely well-indented coast where there is a very attractive bay with beautiful sandy beaches suitable for family holidays. Over almost all the beaches were nadvile very pleasant pine trees that create shade during the great heat, which are particularly suitable to stay small children. For tourists looking for Robinson Crusoe life, there are small uninhabited islands, which are around almost all the larger inhabited islands of Dalmatia. Slatine in its rich gastronomy offer specialties are fish, lamb, ham, wine, salt fished for sardines and known wines that are produced in taverns extremely friendly hosts. Summer on the island of Ciovo and the surrounding area organized numerous festivals that take part in numerous domestic and foreign tourists. Slatine invite you to festivals for them to enjoy the early morning hours with a rich offer of food and beverages, and music estradnih artists. Cities, which are very close and have a rich history of the and Šibenik (large number of cultural monuments and archeological sites). In the afternoon, Slatine offer trips to nearby tourist places, which are not on the island of Ciovo, and also the specific and easily recognizable by its tourist-catering supply: , and (in the offer are numerous apartments, beautiful beaches, local specialties, and historic sites). Slatine are surrounded by is the largest inhabited islands of the Dalmatian: , and . In its sports and recreation, for guests who want an active holiday, Slatina and its surroundings are: diving, sailing, fishing, surfing, water skiing, volleyball, handball, football, tennis, table tennis, and hiking on nearby mountains and Kozjaku Mosor . Slatine the traffic associated with many tourist destinations in the Adriatic, since they are close to the airport, ferry dock and the motorway.