KRKA NATIONAL PARK – (30 minutes by car) is one of the biggest natural attractions on the Adriatic coast. It is a national park declared in 1985 and named after the river Krka. It is famous for its numerous waterfalls, a system of water cascades and multi-coloured lakes. Entrance to this national park is paid. There is a large car park in front of the entrance (free) and the waterfalls can then be reached either on foot (20 minute walk) or by the national park bus directly from the ticket office.

You can extend your Krka National Park trip by taking a boat trip from the harbour above Skradinsky Falls upstream of the Krka River. A cruise through the narrow canyon across Visovac Lake to the impressive Roški Slap is an experience you will remember for a long time.

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