Krka National Park is located about 10 km inland from the city of Shibenik, and stretches from the foot of the Dinaric chain all the way to the Adriatic Sea. It is named after the beautiful river Krka, and covers an area of just over 142 square kilometers, covering as much as two thirds of the river itself.
This national park will captivate you with its pristine natural beauty and magical waterfalls as well as numerous historical facilities and attractive places for swimming and relaxation. The biggest attraction of the park are definitely the magnificent waterfalls, which are also a karst phenomenon. Namely, for thousands of years, river water has created a canyon in places bringing calcium carbonate that makes up tufa.
Famous and interesting attractions of the park include various landscaped hiking trails, dynamic boat trips that are great for sightseeing the park, souvenir shops, a museum and restaurants with local specialties. Also, you can come across several remains of fortresses in the immediate vicinity of the park that date back even to Roman times.
Best of all, it is possible to swim in some locations in the Krka National Park!
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