The beautiful Vrana Lake on Cres is a natural karst phenomenon. It is probably named after the village of Vrana, which offers a spectacular view of the lake, but the locals call it only" "Lake". It is also considered the deepest lake in all of Eastern Europe.
The lake is a cryptodepression, meaning that its water level is above sea level and its bed is below sea level. The lake supplies the inhabitants of Cres and the Loshinj islands with fresh and drinking water. Due to its incredible characteristics, it is protected and access to it is limited, so you can enjoy the beautiful view of this unique lake only from afar, from the surrounding village of Vrana.
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