Vrana Lake on Cres is a natural karst phenomenon.
The lake probably got its name from the village of Vrana, which has a spectacular view of the lake, but the locals call it only "Lake" - the lake. It is considered the deepest lake in Eastern Europe.
The lake is a cryptodepression - its water level is above sea level, and the lake bottom is below sea level. The lake supplies the inhabitants of Cres and Loshinj Island with fresh water. He is protected and has limited access.
You can enjoy only the beautiful view of the lake from afar, from the village of Vrana.