The Plitvice Lakes consist of 16 lakes. in 1777. Galovac. forests. From the highest to the lowest are: Prošćansko (Prosce).479 ha. the sounds coming from the waterfalls. are the reason for the thrill experienced by thousands of people every year. The damns between the lakes. while a kilometre long network of wooden bridges and woody paths enables a close contact between visitors and waterfalls and lakes. Due to different natural characteristics of the lake is divided into Upper and Lower. Okrugljak. right next to the road that connects Zagreb and Dalmatia. . Large and Small Jovinovac (Big and Small Lake). Upper Lakes are located on dolomite substrate in which a surface erosion creates relief and the usual stream valleys. Name of Plitvice was first introduced in the literature Dominik Vukasovic. Ciginovac. The highest peak of Mala Kapela (1. as well as in Europe. The park's area is 19. The first thing you will notice when you see the Plitvice lakes for the first time are the luxury and abundance of water. and partly to the waterfall is a forest. pastor of Otocac. composed in a cascade manner. Total area of the lake is 200 hectares. the power and force of nature that exude awe. The lower lakes are located on a limestone base. as well as the living world inside the lakes and beside them. The nature creating waterfalls on its own. It is located in the eastern region of Lika. and are located in the canyon of steep cliffs which it is carved rivers in the time leading up to the lake stage.National park 'Plitvice Lakes' The Plitvice Lakes are the most famous national park in Croatia. Batinovac Vir. and are included into the most beautiful notabilities of the world.280 m) is also the highest point in the National Park. between the mountains of Mala Kapela and Lika PLJESIVICA. of which about three quarters of the waste into two largest lakes: Kozjak Prošćansko. Charm. Big Burget. Gradinsko Lake. Kozjak Milanovac Kaluderovac and Novakovic -ship. All around these lakes. National Park 'Plitvice Lakes' was proclaimed the 08th 04th 1949th and 1979th UNESCO included it in the list of World Natural Heritage. interconnected by waterfalls. plants of the national park.

growing in height and width. natural barriers are created on the bottom of the lake. countless resort and field activities. thus creating spectacular waterfalls. ongoing way for thousands of years now. natural. each season tells its own story with the help of colours. long walks in nature and recreational programmes for all ages. sounds. It is not known whether the park more beautiful in spring when the flowers blossom in his fields. The beauties of the Park manage a union with the harmony of nature. quiet and life. as well. odours. True nature lovers say that you have never seen Plitvice if you haven't visited it during all four seasons. The famous movie "Winnetou" was filmed at Plitvice. As a result of sedimentation of calcium carbonate. as well as on top of submersed objects. At the Plitvice lakes. are created in a special. whether for colorful reflections of autumn colors in the lake mirrors or peace for the winter ice restrained waterfall in the snowy landscape. Great diversity and variety of natural shapes have led to the fact that the National park the Plitvice lakes has been included into the UNESCO's "World heritage list". murmur of the waterfalls. .over which amazing waterfalls and slopes fall.

badger (Meles meles). . It was determined that his movement radius significantly exceeds the boundaries of the National Park and it is trying to protect the whole area of movement. the rare and protected otter (Lutra lutra). open areas (fields. Inhabited by four different types of habitats: forests. Flycatchers (Ficedula sp. etc. precious refuge. Woodpeckers (Dendrocopos sp. of which about 70 species nest here permanently. The forests nest: capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus). meadows) and rockeries and rock. The most interesting permanent residents are the brown bear (Ursus arctos) and wolf (Canis lupus). roe deer (Capreolus capreolus). wild boar (Sus scrofa). Significantly.Large wooded areas of the park and the specific protection regime has created favorable conditions for the life and development of many animal species. In the area of Plitvice established the 126 bird species. Systematic monitoring of the life and movements of bears has been proceeding for about ten years.).). Goshawk (Accipiter gentilis). Tits (Parus sp. The wolf is here also found one of the last. pine marten (Martes martes). Among other mammals that inhabit: wild cat (Felis silvestris). water.).

Fagetum dinaricum) with occasional additions of spruce (Picea excelsa). etc. In the eastern parts of the park grows predominantly beech forest (Fagetum sylvaticae) with an admixture of sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus). convenient for a quiet and relaxed family vacation. Due to its depth and width the lake water has a dark green tint. etc. It is an adequate resort for families with young children. From the roadside bushes are holy (Ilex aquifolium). only 3 km distant from the biggest waterfall of Plitvice and the lakes themselves. the paths have a recreational character. maple (Acer obtusatum). Pag. In addition to lakes. hornbeam (Carpinus betulus) and other species of trees . as well as for those who want to maintain their privacy. one of the biggest and more beautiful mountains. mukinje (Sorbus aria). West. fisher kingfisher (Alcedo atthis). canine dogwoods (Rhamnus). Proscansko lake – at the altitude of 636m. which provide an opportunity of getting acquainted with the biological diversity of the park. The reflection on the water surface is special. the abundance and stability of sources. Over three quarters of the national park is covered with well-preserved forests. elm (Ulmus montana). Plitvicki streams and lakes are rich in fish . Forests form a protective band around the lake. in accordance with the seasons. as well. or even try rafting. rocky terrain and cliffs inhabited: wood pigeon (Columba livia). Between 400 m and 1280 m above sea level. streams and springs is growing very hydrophilic lush vegetation and willows (Salix sp. allow life and shelter to numerous forest wildlife. along with the clear portion of the sea with one of the best-indented islands of the Adriatic. It is located in Lika. along 150 km. Enjoy the indescribable quiet of the nature on the little hills surrounding the lake. ordinary rocks (Oenanthe Oenanthe) and red-sijenjarka (Monticola saxatilis). Great Horned Owl Owl ( Bubo bubo). ordinary linnets (Carduelis cannabina) and Dr. In the open areas of the Park resident klikavka kestrel (Falco tinnunculus).brown trout (Salmo drone) and crayfish (Astacus astacus). . maple (Acer platanoides). little nightingale (Luscinia megarhynchos). bozijak Hoopoe (Upupa epops). a shepherdess (Motacilla sp. There are two instructional-recreational paths: “Plitvice” path and “Corkova Uvala” path. The vegetation travertine barriers is significant maple. etc. You can hike in the nearby woods listening to the sounds of the waterfall nearby. purifies the air. prevent soil erosion and affect the even distribution of inflow and outflow of rainwater. Due to their length and the shape of terrain.). Roads are trees and groups of hornbeam (Ostrya carpinifolia). Here are the 80 ha large area stretching untouched virgin forest structure beech and fir forests at an altitude of 860 m to 1028 m HIGHLIGHTS: Plitvica village is a small resort situated in the immediate proximity of one of the most beautiful natural phenomena in Croatia – The Plitvice lakes national park. it was established 11 forest communities. The best preserved natural forest complex is located in the northwest corner of the National Park . filled with the colours of leafs. Jezerce is a small resort in the proximity of the Plitvice lakes national park.Virgin Reserve Cork bay. small Sandpiper (Actitis hypoleucos).partridge dog Sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus). much of the park that belongs to the massif of Mala Kapela people founded a forest of beech and fir (Abieti .) . In areas with water nesting mallard (Anas platyrhynchos). pilinorac Grebe (Tachybaptus ruficollis). the Velebit. where a man remains in touch with the mountain and the sea simultaneously. with the greatest depth of 37m. This is an area where. spreads. black ash (Fraxinus ornus). etc. overgrown with tall pinewood and deciduous trees. Poljanak is a small resort in proximity of the Plitvice lakes. poplar (Populus alba). oak (Quercus cerris). Joham (Alnus). regulating climate.

that go below the level of the Galovac lake. ride a bike. At the entrance to the National park you will encounter benches on which local women sell authentic cakes and cookies of this area. the Lika soup. who narrate about the general geological structure of the cave. the Lika fritters. its gestation. Old town of Dreznik – it is situated on a hardly accessible slope above the Korana canyon. The lake receives water from the Proscansko lake. its specificities. Besides the beautiful view of this natural beauty. There is also the Labudovac waterfall under which numerous caves can be found (“cave park”). For those with an adventure spirit there is the Korana river. Caves of Barac. while fishing. a little more than a kilometer West of the centre of the village Nova Krslja.are situated approximately six kilometers East of Rakovica. Spoljaric water-mill – is a traditional business facility. kayaking or canoeing. a rare one and still in function. barbecued meat. all kinds of baked meat with potatoes. which produce noise by whirling its flow in smaller bays. lakes and all those parts of the Plitvice lakes national . you will be thrilled by the playful sounds of vexed and rough water flows. and was named after the queen Stefanija. In the authentic restaurant Licka kuca ( The House of Lika) you can taste the specialties of the area and watch how they are being made. This is the largest lakes at Plitvice. Gastronomy Give in to the gastronomic pleasures of a cuisine based on natural and homemade ingredients and under no circumstances think about calories. sour milk. barbecued lamb. For centuries the reign shifted within the Croatian fort Dreznik. who came to visit it in 1888. in which the most necessary inventory for the miller’s rest can be found. baked according to the hundred-year-old recipes. The altitude of the lake is 613m. passed in oral tradition for hundreds of years. The inner space is divided into the mill with three constructions and the miller’s room. ski. drowned in the lake. on which we recommend rafting. on Fridays. and explore flora and fauna. Drive through the forests and field paths. The upper part of the restaurant is divided into the villages of Lika and the visitors can see some utilities characteristic for old life of families in Lika. The tour is organized with the escort of specialized guides. trout. Galovac lake – Each visitor will be enchanted by the waterfalls falling into the lake in wide cascades. It is elongated in an elliptical manner. on the former boundary between the Christian Europe and Turkish Bosnia. Kozjak lake – named after a tale that says 30 goats drowned in the lake while crossing from the coast on to the island. Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00-16:00. The Plitvice lakes are a place you will come back to again and again. rivers. Prosciutto. It is open for visitors from March to October. The facility was built in the 19th century in calcareous sinter. potato halves. row. because of the beautiful and unique surrounding and pleasant hotels and restaurants. Burgeti or Bukovi – are a chain of small. and archeological foundings. The Stefaniji Island is situated on the lake. running away from wolves. divided among themselves by travertine blocks overgrown with greenery. the Lika cheese or apple strudels are only some of the specialties you have to taste. hike.Ciganovac lake – named after a tale that says a “gypsy”. shallow lakes. along a twenty meter high travertine block. over meadows and by covert creeks. Adventure and excursions Within the Plitvice lakes national park you can walk. The most interesting detail of the lake is the Proscansko lake waterfall with collapsed travertine block Okrugljak lake – named after its round form. There are also numerous waterfalls called Prstavci. Autumn colors give the Galovac lake a special kind of beauty. The price of the ticket is 50kn for adults and 25kn for children.

visitor insurance and VAT.00 Students 45. The tickets need not be booked in advance for single visitors. Visit the old mills and Rastoke which are familiar as the watermill village from a fairy tale.2014 Day ticket Currency: Kuna (HRK) Visitor category Period – price per person 1. . at the Park entrances Two-day ticket Currency: Kuna (HRK) . climbing the mountain Mrsinj above Korenica. skiing and sledging in winter in village Mukinj.6. visiting the mountain village Kuterevo where a bear shelter is located.3.00 70.7. + 1. fishing on the river Gacka. + 1. originally furnished. 1. Operating hours and prices TICKETS The ticket is a contribution to continued protection and maintenance of the Park.00 Children and teenagers 7 .00 100. Panoramic “trains” and electro boat excursions are very popular. Plitvica path and mountain climbing on Medvjeđak.10.9.31. Booking is recommended for groups. so the visitors can enjoy winter joys. Split (250 km).GROUPS* 50.00 Adults . Adults 55. Ponder the instructional-recreational paths of the forests’ ecosystem.11. Rijeka (195 km). Direction You can get to the Plitvice lakes from the highway D-1 arriving from Zagreb (134 km).31.00 55. Besides the amazing waterfalls.4.00 Students . the temperatures are around .00 80.3 °C and it snows most of the time. The Plitvice lakes offer kilometres of trimmed paths for walking. . Microclimate During hot summer days on the Adriatic.00 110.00 180.00 100. yet if you decide to extend your stay. . visiting the renewed water powered mill in Korana and the renewed water-powered sawmill also in Korana.18 years 35. you can also explore the underwater world of the Barac cave near Rakovica.18 years .GROUPS* 40. your tickets may be renewed at your hotel reception. rafting on river Una. riding horses by the Barać caves.12** 1. because the average morning temperature during summer days is 9 °C. while the afternoon temperature is 24 °C. visit Plitvice and cool off.8. where you can see 300-year-old wooden houses.00 70. During winter.31.00 50.park that cannot be reached by the eye of the hiker.00 Children below 7 years FREE FREE FREE * AT LEAST 15 persons per group ** panoramic train and electric boat out of service – tour possible on foot – daily information on possible tours depending on the weather.00 Children and teenagers 7 .GROUPS* 30. sleigh riding and ski running.1. It is a one- day ticket. visiting the mills on the river Gacka. lakes and creeks in the astonishing greenery of the Plitvice national park. TICKET PRICES . There is also the town of Dreznik.00 80. Corkova Uvala path. The price includes electric boat sightseeing of Lake Kozjak and panoramic train rides. which means that the summer temperatures are pleasant and refreshing for a vacation on the Plitvice lakes. Most of the paths are in the form of wooden bridges that surmount the surface of the lake and connect coast to coast in a serpentine manner. well-known for its ruins of a medieval town from 1278.00 160.30.00 110. . .31.

00 kn (5-6 hours.00 Students 70.CHILDREN 55.00 * visitors must enter their names on the ticket .31.Hladovina: From 07:00 to 19:00 Auxiliary Entrance FLORA: From 07:00 to 19:00 Hladovina car park: OPEN Rastovača car park: OPEN Electric boat Short line (P1 .Visitor category Period – price per person 1.every 30 minutes St3 – St1 From 09:00 to 18:30 . PARKING PRICES Category Price MOTORCYCLE 0 HRK/hour CAR 7 HRK/hour CAMPER 70 HRK/day CARS WITH TRAILERS 70 HRK/day BUS 70 HRK/day For your greater convenience in exploring the park. Please book the guide in advance at the Sales Office.00 Individuals . Italian.30.04.000.every 30 minutes St2 – St3 From 08:30 to 18:00 . Guided Tour Price List .12 Individuals .P2) From 08:00 to 18:00 . 1.every 30 minutes Long line (P1 .ADULTS 90.00 180.10. the ticket price includes a panoramic train and electric boat ride.11. .500.00 140.Rastovača.3. English.P2) From 07:30 to 19:00 – as required Long line (P1 .7.9.Rastovača: From 07:00 to 19:00 Entrance 2 . we recommend a Park Map that is sold at the Park entrance (Entrance 1 . both Lower and Upper Lakes) OPERATING HOURS OF THE PARK: As of 16.every 30 minutes .31.6 + 1.every 30 minutes St1 – St2 From 08:30 to 19:30 .00 280. 1. .2014 (The park is open daily.31.8. tourist insurance and VAT.1.00 210.00 90.every 30 minutes Sightseeing (panoramic) train St2 – St1 From 08:00 to 19:00 .00 kn (up to 4 hours. Sundays and holidays included) Entrance 1 . German.31. French and Spanish.Apart from the contribution for the continuous park maintenance and protection.4.00 130. . + 1.Hladovina and Entrance Flora) as well as in our souvenir shops.P2) From 08:30 to 18:30 . . . GUIDED TOURS Guidance is available to organised groups (a minimum of 15 persons) in Croatian.Groups: Guided tour Price Half day tour 1. Lower or Upper Lakes) Full day tour 1. Entrance 2 .

it offers a true contact to nature and its beauties. forms a number of lakes. rudd (Scardinius erythrophthalmus hesperidicus). Kontakt 53231 Plitvička jezera Tel: 00385 53/751-015.np-plitvicka-jezera.tzplitvice. It doesn't matter how you travel to visit Roški slap – you can decide between taking a boat from Skradinski buk or driving by car – what matters is that you definitely include it into your plan as an unavoidable destination during your visit to Drniš area. The National Park Krka spreads over a surface of 142 km2 and 25. and among reptiles big green lizard (Lacerta trilineata). It is . 1926. Twenty kilometres downstream from Knin is a 20m high waterfall called Bilusic. For further information. However. gray Gubavica (Buffo Buffo).Additional information . Some faunal elements are particularly rich and interesting: ichthyofauna (fish). Manojlovac 52m. and Roski 25m. 751-014. European turtle (Emys orbicularis) and snakes cetveroprugi snake (Elaphe quatuorlineata). 751 015 Warning! Dogs must be always kept on a leash. barbel (Barbus plebesus) and Illyrian chub (Leuciscus illyricus). and one of the four species of the family trout (salmonids) . modras (Malpolon monspessulanus) and ordinary viper (Vipera ammodytes).php?mod=mod_d2_plitvJezera Krka National park Krka was declared a national park in 1985.6 km2 of the park is covered in water.hr/en/ Tourist information Web: http://www. ostrulja (Aulopyge HUGE).hr Web: http://www. green frog (Rana esculenta). By richness (221 species) and faunistickoj structure Krka is one of the most important ornithological reserves in Croatia. waterfalls and rapids. house gecko (Hemidactylus turcicus).SALES OFFICE: +385 0 53 751 014. please contact the sales office. snake (Elaphe situlae leopardina). In the freshwater part of the Krka established seventeen species from six families. etc. Krka is enriched with smaller and larger waterfalls. Among amphibians the road are usually newt (Triturus vulgaris). Fax: 00385 53/751-013 E-mail: info@np-plitvicka-jezera. resides only in the Krka.hr/index. then Brljan 15m high. herpetofauna (amphibians and reptiles) and ornythofauna (birds). legless (Ophisaurus apodus). and was included among the most valuable ornithological areas in Europe. The River Krka is the result of larger streams joining together near Knin making one large flowing river. The river Krka is a rocky phenomenon which. as it flows towards the sea.ENTRANCE: +385 0 53 751 026 Reservations . Determined are still endemic: trout (Salmo marmoratus). The fauna of the national park 'Krka' is only partially explored. The National Park retains the right to change the prices. or Dace (Leuciscus svallize). tortoises (Testudo hermanni). Of these seven are endemic to the area. Unline Skradinski buk.Salmothymus obtusirostris krkensis Kar. Roški slap is a waterfall which is less explored and has less visitors.

snipe (Scolopacidae). collection of ecclesiastical vestments and has a very valuable library. prayer. The area of the park is interesting for migration and wintering wetland birds such as various kinds of herons (Ardeidae). lotus (Nymphea alba) and water lily (Nuphar luteum). and the deciduous hornbeam (Carpinus orientalis). ferret (Mustela putorius). You can reach the island as follows: . The Franciscan monastery Our Lady of Mercy is rich in its archeological collection.where a Franciscan monastery with its valuable library is situated. Even though the majority of Roški slap is an example of intact nature.). Among people one can often hear this island be called as Our Lady’s Island. one will also come across hydroelectric power plant which was built in 1899. while the rest consists of plant wide distribution and cosmopolitans. spirituality and religion reign. Short-toed Eagle (Cyrcaetus gallicus). Forest cover national park 'Krka' under the influence of centuries of anthropogenic influence is greatly destroyed and degraded. ash (Fraxinus ornus).Roski and Skradinski buk . holly (Phillyrea latifolia) and pistachio (Pistacia leutiscus). HIGHLIGHTS By taking a stroll over wooden trails you will see numerous watermills – some of them still in function so that the locals can. etc. you fill find accommodation very close to the borders of the National Park on the Miljevci plateau where hosts will offer you with traditional and homemade delicacies. This hotel was basically one of the first tourist objects in Dalmatian and one of the first which had electricity. The mammalian fauna we find the jackal (Canis aureus). grind wheat to produce flour for homemade bread “under peka”. followed southeurop (about 20%). swallows (Hirundinidae). Spotted Woodpecker (Tringa sp. Visovac is also known under the name White rock (Lapis Albus). Afforested mainly Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis) and black pine (Pinus nigra). in a traditional way. Vegetation is characterized by about 800 species. which contains many rare and endangered species: golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos). and pilgrims to this Marian shrine can be seen especially on two major holidays – Our Lady of the Angels (August 2nd) and Assumption of Mary (August 15th). Most the Mediterranean floristic elements (around 60%). sitinac (Juncus obtusiflorus). badger (Meles meles) and a thinning and endangered otter (Lutra lutra). wild ducks and geese (Anatidae). In recent decades it has been noticed the natural renewal process of vegetation due to reduced cut wood and limitations of extensive livestock production. Ždralovi (Gruidae). Falcons (Falconidae). among which is more Illyrian- Adriatic endemic. Maklen (Acer monspesulanum) and oak (Quercus pubesceus). stone marten (Martes foina). swift (Apodidae). However. an ordinary bulb (Holoschoenus vulgaris). The wetland vegetation along the edges of freshwater lakes are represented: reed (Phragmites communis). The first accommodation units here were built by Đovanin Skelin in 1908 and he also organized boat excursions along the Krka river. Even though the history of Visovac is quite turbulent. siljevina (Schoenus nigricans). Apart from the monastery there is also the church Our Lady of Visovac. This is a special island found on the river Krka on which from 1445 Franciscans in their monastery reside. Franciscans managed to make sure that it always stays a place where peace. On the island Visovac is the Visovac Lake which is located in between two of the Park's most beautiful waterfalls . With an area of about 14000m2. From the evergreen elements were represented in holm oak (Quercus ilex).especially important ornythofauna canyon. What is interesting to mention is that each watermill had its name which was assigned according to its landlord’s last name. This first hotel in Drniš area unfortunately doesn't function anymore. owls (Strigidae).

widely known for its superior taste and quality. Home-made jams from service berries. Sibenik and is the first city in the world that got AC electricity for their plants. the mediaeval strongholds of Trosenj and Necven as well as the picturesque ancient town of Skradin. Dried lamb. Jujuba brandy. cow cheese.the highest being 45m. the Skradin risotto is prepared only by men. Producing Drniš smoked ham is a hundred-year-old tradition and in its taste were many who enjoyed. Below the falls Skardinski noise was built turbines.On August 28. olive oil. traditional specialties „under peka" (veal. Within the National Park Krka is also the Krka monastery. Koprtlje are an unusual archaic delicacy. Gastronomy The river embracing the sea and the inland meeting the Mediterranean blend into a truly remarkable cuisine which includes almost everything. sometimes eleven hours. just two days after the first hydroelectric power plant at Niagara Falls was put into operation the first Croatian and one of the world's first electric power systems: Hydroelectric 'Krka' . turkey). grill. lamb. 1895th. Fish delicacies. strawberry-tree berries and figs with herbs.By excursion boats from the National Park “Krka” By arrangement with the Visovac Franciscans who then traditionally pick up the visitors with their own boats (just below Brištane village on Miljevci plateau) Make sure to visit Visovac as it represents perfect harmony of life between nature and people. The most merit of Nikola Tesla is just in front of Croatian built the first European hydropower. and to its irresistible taste and smell couldn’t even Queen . Skradinski buk are picturesque waterfalls on the River Krka and they cascade over 17 rocky barriers . Sausages from the Skradin hinterland are spiced with nutmeg and juice from garlic soaked in white wine. different sortss of homemade brandy. Fruits and vegetables grown far away from cities and pollution. Try some of homemade delicacies and products such as: smoked ham. including numerous rulers and kings. It was put on the market three days after the patent by Nikola Tesla released the world's first hydroelectric power at Niagara Falls. pepper and nutmeg are used while others will remain the cook’s secret.5 km long transmission line on wooden poles to the near Sibenik. two generators (42 Hz. rose petal liqueur. It was built under the waterfall Skardinski noise on the Krka River (now the national park). Hydroelectric Power Jaruga or Jaruga is the second oldest power plants in the world and first in Europe. Drniš smoked ham is a royal product. homemade red and white wine. Cold Skradin eel brodetto served with polenta made from corn flour ground in the Skradinski Buk mills. walnut brandy. Soup stock made of cooked rooster. Small sticks of prosciutto ham and bacon are wrapped in lamb offal and cooked with chunks of dried meat. beef and baby beef is poured over from time to time during cooking. Skradin veal risotto is carefully cooked for eight. At the end a little prosciutto ham is added to enrich the flavour. According to tradition. Ćokalice are small fish which live between the upper layer of fresh water of the River Krka and the lower layer of salt sea water. among which eel and trout hold a special place. both of sea and river variety. Of ordinary spices salt. 550 kW) and a transformer which developed the Hungarian company Ganz. nine. chicken.Sibenik. It was built and is 11. Sugared or salted almonds and dry figs. Drniš smoked ham gained its popularity already in Austro-Hungarian times.

rooms and pansions in the surrounding towns of Skradin. but that is why the area surrounding the park is perfect for enjoying these activities. Knin and Primosten. through the canyon channels where some of the canyons are up to 200m high. Lozovac. It is possible to enter the Park at the following 5 entrances: Skradin. Burnum and Kistanje. Hunting and fishing are both strictly forbidden inside the park. The cities of Sibenik and Vodice are located around 30km away from the National Park of Krka. As a proof to this there is a thank you note from the British court. taverns and cafe bars. Hotels are located in the vicinity of the National Park of Krka and offer services such as tennis terrains. Operating hours and prices . by water or by local roads. Direction It is open for visitors all year round for tours on foot. Adventure and excursions Visitors can take a swim in the River Krka as well as rent a motorboat and take a ride up-river to the Roski waterfall. Roški Slap. during coronation. Guests can find accommodations such as apartments. restaurants. The smaller towns of Kistanje. Vrbnik. Citluk. and Mratovo are all located quite near the National Park of Krka where guests can also find accommodations as well as a restaurant or two. and to Lake Visovac with its little island. resist. Rural tourism offers accommodations in apartments or pansions and some offer meals. Puljane.Elisabeth II and her guests.

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