Krka Waterfall

The Krka River, in its short flow, 72 km long, makes its way to the sea through deep canyons, creating numerous waterfalls, cascades and lakes. Skradinski buk, the highest lime barrier in Europe ( 46 m ), is an exceptional and magnificent natural phenomenon.
It is 15 km far from Šibenik, and just five kilometers from the picturesque historic town of Skradin.
  The Kornati-Islands

The pearls of the Croatian Adriatic, consist of 141 islands, islets and rocks.

They are an exquisite natural and aesthetic value, the hymn to the nature, but an ode the local people who have been cultivating this earthly paradise for centuries, as well.
  The National Park Mljet

It was founded on 11th November, 1960, and it covers the area of 31 sq. kilometers, or one third of the island of Mljet. It is located on the extreme western part of the island.

Two natural salt lakes ( Veliko and Malo jezero) , mutually connected by a channel, make it special. Veliko jezero covers the area of 1,45 sq . Kilometers, and Malo jezero 0,24 sq. kilometers.

The salinity of the water in the lakes is somewhat lower and the temperature is up to 4 C higher in summer months than on the open sea.


  The lakes were formed by the tectonic disturbances. The lakes are surrounded with dense pine forest, and the most beautiful place is the small island of. St. Mary on Veliko jezero.

Walking and bicycle riding are allowed on the whole area of the national park, and some parts can even be reached by car.

Swimming is allowed everywhere on the sea and on the lakes.

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