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National Parks

National Parks you should definitely visit (according to our experience)

National park Kornati

The Kornati National Park is often mentioned as “nautical paradise” in tourist publications. And really, in “slalom” sailing through the 89 unforgettable islands, islets and reefs in the Kornati National Park, you will test all of your nautical skills, particularly if the weather puts in some effort…
The underseas of the Kornati National Park offers countless opportunities to watch the rich plant and animal life. The land part of the Park, although seemingly a semi-desert, is also full of life.
The numerous Kornati viewpoints and lookouts will offer really unforgettable moments and impressions. The interesting geological and geomorphological phenomena you’ll be able to see will stay in your memory for a long time.
You’ll need a valid ticket to sail through the National Park.

National park Plitvice lakes

The Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia’s most popular tourist attraction, was granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979. Located roughly halfway between capital city Zagreb and Zadar on the coast, the lakes are a definite must-see in Croatia.
The beauty of the National Park lies in its sixteen lakes, inter-connected by a series of waterfalls, and set in deep woodland populated by deer, bears, wolves, boars and rare bird species. The National Park covers a total area of 300 square kilometres, whilst the lakes join together over a distance of eight kilometres.
You’ll need a valid ticket to enter in the National Park.

National park Krka

Krka National Park lies about 10km inland from Sibenik in this part of Dalmatia. Named after the Krka River, the Park covers an area of just over 142 square km and includes two thirds of the river itself. The top attraction of the Park are its magnificent waterfalls, including the famous Skradinski Buk falls which are one of Croatia’s most famous sights.
There’s a wide variety of both flora and fauna in the Park. Over 800 species of plantlife have been identified as being present in the National Park. Much of the animal life lives, unsurprisingly, in and around the waters of the Krka River which is home to different amphibian and reptile creatures. You will also be able to see many different bird species (there are over 200), and possibly some of the 18 different species of bat who call the Park their home!
You’ll need a valid ticket to enter in the National Park.

National park Mljet

Mljet National Park covers the entire north-west part of Mljet Island.
Mljet National Park is large area that borders two salt water lakes – Veliko and Malo Jezero (Large and Small Lake). The Lakes stretch for about 4 kilometres. Right in the middle of the Large Lake there is a small island / islet Melita (Sveta Marija) with large building of former Benedictine monastery, erected there in 12th century (see photo above). The monastery’s building is now café/restaurant. The small island is connected by boats that sail there from both sides of the Lake.
As both lakes are encircled by well marked paths, you can cycle or stroll along the pleasant, shaded paths. You can rent a bicycle in Pomena, Polače and at Mali Most to cycle around.
Kayaking is also allowed, so if wish, you can rent a kayak at Mali Most (the point where two lakes are joined by narrow channel) to paddle around the Lakes.
Swimming and sunbathing in Park is a good fun – as water here is much warmer than on seashores of the island (which is great if you want to swim in colder months)
To enjoy stunning scenery from hills above the Mljet coastline and Park you can take a hike up the hills (200 m) to get the views.
You’ll need a valid ticket to enter in the National Park.