Most popular area of the national park, consists of 17 stairs and spreads over 800 meters in length.
Experience the largest travertine system in Europe almost kilometer in length and up to 400 meters wide.
Krka Cascades are composed of lakes with islands and travertine barriers. You can discover seventeen cascades in Skradinski buk area
There are fourteen different hiking trails through the park for you to enjoy. Skradinski buk trail is over 1,900 meters long.
Leading over the barricades learn about the plant and animal life on Krka river through educational posters along the way.
FLORA AND FAUNA
Along the trails you will notice abundance of birds, dragonflies, different butterfly species, green frogs and even non-venomous water snakes.
Clear lakes of Krka National park are brimming with fish.
"Formed by the Krka and Čikola Rivers coming together, the turquoise and emerald waters are illuminated with little caves and islands. Nightingales, emerald dragonflies and butterflies fly around the falls, making it appear as though you’re right in the middle of a Disney movie.
A great place to get to know the rich ethnographic heritage of the area.
Discover the traditional blacksmith shop inside the Krka ethno village
Experience fully restored traditional watermills along the shores of Krka river.
Discover traditional weaving techniques and purchase woven goods from the suvenier shop
Lern about the way people used to live along the shores of Krka river.
Remenants of the old hydroelectric power plant. The first commercial hydro plant in Europe and second one in the entire world.
Be sure to bring your camera and the swimmsuit as there will be planty photo and refreshment opportunities along the way.
SWIMMING BY THE WATERFALLS
There are designated swimming spots in Skradinski buk which is once in a lifetime opportunity.
THE POWER OF WATER
Take a moment to listen and absorb the emmense power of Krka river and its waterfalls
RULES TO FOLLOW
Do not: - hunt, catch, frighten or disturb animal species - pick or damage indigenous plants - dispose of waste and pollute springs and watercourses - break or damage travertine system
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