The Island Prvic is situated opposite the town of Vodice and is popular by tourists who are looking for quiet and comfortable bathing in many sandy coves. On the island there are two settlements, Šepurine and Prvić Luka, which was colonized by refugees from the adjacent coast during the Turkish siege. Šibenik nobility favorited this island in the 16th century. In the picturesque Šepurine are two church buildings. Parish Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary was built in 1878 and the church St. Roko, known for his unique baroque altar from the Venetian workshop in 1620. It was discovered cementary of primary Croats from 9th and 10th centuries beside the church..