Krka National park is a vast and preserved area of exeptional natural beauty in the foothills of the majestic Dinara mountain range. Seven travertine waterfalls with preserved ecosystems in the surroundings make this Croatia national park a natural and karst phenomenon.
Enjoying the swim beneath the cascading waterfalls, breathtaking sights of lakes and islands, as well as the amazing walk along the series of wooden trails built over the entire system, leading in the lush forest, is just a part of the experience this Krka tour from Split offers.
Along the path, you will find a number of restored historic watermills. Some still in use today, some turned into authentic souvenir shops or exhibit spaces with various ethnographic collections. Discover as you go on this amazing Krka tour from Split
You will see the second oldest hydropower plant, built on the river Krka in 1895, only two days after Niagara water plant became operational.
Krka National park has a number of other natural and historic sights. Roški slap – an amazing waterfall near the 60 metre deep cave. Two historic monasteries – the catholic Visovac and the orthodox Krka Monastary, as well as the Roman legion camp and town Burnum/Puljane.
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FAMILY & GROUP DISCOUNT:
Children under 3 years GO FOR FREE
More than 6 people? One person GOES FOR FREE