Krka National Park

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Sibenik-Knin County
43° 51' 59.616" N, 15° 58' 21.288" E
General info: 

Krka takes its name from the river that crosses through the area in central Dalmatia. Since 1985, it provides cultural, recreational and scientific support for all interested people.

Visovac Island is in the middle of the lake and can be visited by boat. The island hosts a monastery built about 500 years ago. Other interesting places in Krka include Roski Slap, a system of cascades and a unique natural pool called Skradinski buk. This area was established as a national park back in 1985 and it comprises a surface of 109 square kilometers where almost one thousand different plants make up the flora, while hundreds others animals are part of the highly diverse fauna.

Getting there: 

Working time: Lozovac and Skradin: 8AM - 8PM. Roski slap gate: 9AM - 6PM, Burnum and Kistanje gates: 10AM - 6PM. You can get to the park from the Split Airport. Get a bus to Sibenik and then change for one to Skradin, which is near the park. The alternative is to arrive by boat, from Skradin, once again. Personal vehicles are not allowed in the National Park.


Prices range from 30 kn to 95 kn for an adult ticket, depending on the time of the year when you visit. Discounts are applied to certain categories, while children up to 7 enter free.

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