Krka National Park


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KRKA National Park

A truly happy person is one
who can enjoy the scenery on a detour.

From the western foot of the Dinara Mountains into the sea near Sibenik, the 72.5 km Krka River and its waterfalls defines the landscape of Sibenik-Knin county. Like Plitvice Lakes the Krka waterfalls are a karstic phenomenon. The landscape of rocks, cliffs, caves and chasms is a remarkable sight, but the National Park also contains several important cultural landmarks. Worth mentioning is the 1402 first mentioned Orthodox Krka-monastery, and on the eastern side of the Roski Slap falls you can see water mills that used to mill wheat.
Getting There & Away:
From SIBENIK the bus (nine daily) takes you in 15 minutes to SKRADIN where you pay a park entrance fee which allows you to board a boat to SKRADINSKI BUK. Ask any travel office wherever you are, there are several possibilities to get there. Located in VODICE, we booked a sightseing boat exploring the river, first bordered by reeds and bulrushes sheltering marsh birds and later walking along the picturesque landscaping with its magnificent waterfalls in the park itself on foot.

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