Skradinski Buk is the Europe’s largest sloping trench! While looking inside of National Park, it is last, seveth, also the longest waterfall on the Krka River, and also most commonly visited by visitors. Its waterfalls, with full right to be called natural wonders, were created by islands, lakes and travertine barriers, total of 17 stoops...Read More
Parts of the National park Krka have already been legally protected in 1948 and the reasons for the relatively late allocations in the category of a national park in 1985 should be sought in the pursuit of exploiting hydropower but also in the industrial and tourism development. Total coverage of the park Krka was reduced...Read More
SKRADIN – ENTRANCE OF A „NATIONAL PARK KRKA WATERFALL“ Where is Skradin? Skradin is located on the doorstep of Krka River and the same National Park in our beautiful Croatia. Situated only 80 kilometers northen from Split, this beautiful town collides with river which falls into the Adriatic sea, and makes Skradin a beautiful, riverside...Read More
In 2019 is our 29th anniversary. Small office, founded in Split, has been expanding during all these years to a company consisting of two offices located in the main Railway and Maritime buildings in Split rendering complete services in the complex tourist industry.