Krka National Park is the most popular mainland attraction in Dalmatia, next to Split and Dubrovnik. Since it is only 1 hour and 30 min away from Split with a minivan, it is also the most popular land tour from Split.
Besides Krka waterfalls, we also stop in Šibenik or Trogir for sightseeing on our way back to Split which depends on the traffic.
National Park Krka is rich and preserved ecosystem with its seven waterfalls, exceptional natural value, crystal clear water and stunning scenery which will leave you speechless.
National Park is intertwined with signs, wooden bridges and walkways which will help you explore every part of this mesmerizing place. It is located within the territory of Šibenik-Knin County and encompasses an area of 109 square kilometers along the Krka River.
The river, with its travertine waterfalls, cascades and total drop in altitude of 242 m, is a natural and karst phenomenon.
Besides watermills, ethno museum, small stone houses and the first hydroelectric power station in Europe, highlights of Krka National Park include Skradinski Buk, Roški Slap and Island of Visovac.
Island of Visovac, which can be reached by park boats, was founded during the reign of Louis I of Hungary. It hides Franciscan monastery, churches and a museum with a number of important archaeological collections.
On top of all that, Krka is the only National Park in Croatia where swimming is allowed, at certain locations. So, don’t forget to bring your swimming suit, in case you’re visiting during summer months.
After you finish the tour of Krka National Park, you can sit in one of the restaurants with an amazing view and enjoy in local cuisine.
Restaurants are surrounded by nature, river and waterfalls. If you don't want to spend your money in restaurants, you can bring your own food, listen to the sound and smell the fresh scent of this astonishing natural phenomena.
Šibenik is historical city located on the Adriatic coast, close to Krka National Park. In the past, it was capital of Croatian Kingdom, while nowadays it is popular tourist location.
There are several fortresses in and around Šibenik which provide spectacular view of the city and surrounding islands.
Highlight of Šibenik tour is St.James Cathedral built completely from stone which is also on UNESCO World Heritage list. If you want to go inside the church, bring long pants and be ready to pay entrance fee.
When entire town is protected by UNESCO, you know it is something special. Trogir is a living museum and historical monument to its diverse and rich history.
Besides the fact that town is surrounded by sea, the best part of Trogir is mixture of architectural styles. This is most obvious on beautiful Romanesque churches complemented by the outstanding Renaissance and Baroque buildings from the Venetian period.
Tour to Krka National Park also includes Šibenik and Trogir. However, which town we are going to visit depends on our tour guide, road conditions and guest wishes.
Town sightseeing includes either Šibenik or Trogir but not both. That being said, highlight of the tour is National Park Krka where you have plenty of time for sightseeing, lunch and swimming.
*Schedule may be adjusted due to weather conditions or heavy traffic in compliance with the guests of the tour.
Ticket for Krka National Park, air-conditioned minivan with free WIFI, your private driver and tour guide are included in the price of the tour.
Here are couple of items you may want to bring with you:
Bathing suit, towel, sunglasses, sunscreen, hat, camera, food, snacks or lunch money, sportswear, comfortable walking shoes or sandals, warm sweater and closed comfortable shoes if you're coming in winter.
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