Includes the area from the Šibenik bridge to the Channel of St. Ante, i.e. to the fortress of St. Nicholas, with the accompanying coastal regions. The area is divided into the Bay of Šibenik and the Channel of St. Ante. The Bay of Šibenik is further divided into Paklena, Martinska and Pećina-Zekovac. The border of the landscape passes through the middle of the bay parallel to the City of Šibenik. The channel begins with two capes, the northwestern Cape Burnji Turan and the southeastern Cape Južni Turan. The channel is a natural phenomenon, with numerous capes and coves. It is about 2500 m long, 140 to 220 m wide, and 42 m deep. The significant landscape includes several hills, the highest of which is Smričnjak (109 m), above Zekovac and the Njivice town quarter. Two rocky crags are found in the landscape, each with its own lighthouse. At the end of the channel is the Ročni crag and two islets (joined to the mainland by rock jetties): Školjić and Ljuljevac.