One of the most beautiful national parks in Croatia. Krka was proclaimed a National Park in 1985, and it is entirely located in Šibenik-Knin County. Krka is a natural phenomenon with its seven travertine waterfalls.
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Srima is a picturesque tourist spot that lies along the south of Vodice. It is an ideal place for all the visitors looking for a quiet stay. There are numerous pebbled beaches, and you can also enjoy bathing on a beach that was awarded with a Blue Flag, and therefore meets the requirements of the most demanding visitor.
Vodice is one of the most famous tourist centers in the Middle Adriatic. It's a tourist attraction renowned for its diversity of tourist offer, liveliness and most welcoming hosts. There you can find a rich gastro offer, cultural activities, buzzing nightlife, and kilometers of developed beaches.
The Kornati archipelago boasts 147 islands, islets and reefs, stretching from Dugi otok to Žirje. The National Park encompasses 89 islands, and the name stems from the biggest one – Kornat.
Vrana Lake was given the status of a nature park in 1999. The boundaries of the park are set between Pirovci and Pakoštane. The park is one of the rare, almost intact habitats of aquatic birds; it has natural drinking water and abounds in diversity.
Skradin lies on the bank of Krka river. It is a small and picturesque town with narrow, cobbled streets, vaulted passages and stairs. In the old town you will find houses dating back to 18th and 19th century, each and every facade reminiscent of Venice, marking clearly the influence.
Šibenik is the oldest Croatian town in the Adriatic, and it is located in the best sheltered natural harbor. With its three fortresses that are virtually in the center of the town, it is unique in Europe and world over.
A picturesque, Dalmatian town situated 2 km to the west from Vodice. There, at the foot of mount St. Nicholas you will find the church of St. Nicholas dating back to 15th century. The church is one of the oldest buildings in Tribunj.