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Krka National Park
A mesmerizing testament to the country's natural beauty and ecological diversity
Krka National Park

Encompassing an area of over 109 square kilometers along the Krka River, the park is renowned for its stunning waterfalls, pristine lakes, lush forests, and rich cultural heritage.

The centerpiece of Krka National Park is its series of cascading waterfalls, the most famous of which is Skradinski buk. This breathtaking natural wonder features a series of travertine barriers, creating a mesmerizing display of cascading water that plunges into crystal-clear pools below. Visitors can stroll along wooden boardwalks and footpaths, offering unparalleled views of the falls and the surrounding lush vegetation.

Krka National Park is also home to an abundance of flora and fauna, with over 800 species of plants and numerous animal species inhabiting its diverse habitats. Visitors can encounter a variety of wildlife, including birds, fish, amphibians, and mammals, as they explore the park’s forests, meadows, and wetlands.

Krka National Park

Adding to its allure, Krka National Park is steeped in cultural heritage, with several historic sites nestled throughout its terrain. The island of Visovac, situated amidst the Krka River, is home to a 15th-century Franciscan monastery, surrounded by lush gardens and serene landscapes. Additionally, the medieval fortress of Trosenj, perched atop a cliff overlooking the river, provides panoramic vistas of the surrounding countryside.

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