It is the largest, oldest and most visited national park in Croatia. The Plitvice Lakes National Park is the only national park in Croatia whose natural beauty and distinctiveness has been listed among the first ones on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The Kornati National Park is situated in the central part of the Croatian Adriatic, among the Šibenik and Zadar islands. The beauty of its landscape is exceptional and its coastline is unusually indented. Due to its extraordinary natural beauty, it was declared a national park in 1980. During the high season, there is the possibility to take an organised one-day boat trip.
The Krka National Park is situated between Knin and Skradin and in it, there is the Krka river with wonderful cascades. Even though for nature lovers it is a true adventure to follow the river in its entire course, you should not miss to visit Skradinski buk, the last and most beautiful waterfall area, and the island of Visovac on which there is a Franciscan monastery with a rich library. During the high season, there is the possibility to take part in an organised trip or visit in one’s own organisation.
If you are a mountain lover, you will not miss to visit this national park that spreads on the coastal slope of the southern Velebit, with the most beautiful areas being the canyons of Velika and Mala Paklenica (Large and Small Paklenica). Their cliffs, over 400 m high, made Paklenica a world-renowned Alpine destination. If you wish to see that for yourself, you can get their by car or in an organised tour.
The Telašćica cove is located in the central part of the Eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, in the southeastern part of the Dugi otok island. Thanks to its exceptional beauty, richness and importance, this cove, surrounded by 13 islands and islets, contains also six islets within the cove declared a nature park in 1988.
Located at the very heart of the Adriatic, Zadar is the urban centre of Northern Dalmatia. Zadar is 20 km far from Privlaka. It is a city of turbulent history, rich heritage in monuments, surrounded by 265 islands, islets and reefs, a city of the young, a city of basketball and water sports, a city of many cultural and architectural attractions and its sunsets have been declared among the most beautiful in the world.
On an islet amidst a shallow lagoon, there is the old town centre of the small town of Nin connected to the land with two stone bridges. Nin has an exciting past and a wonderful present. All its stories and monuments, all its beauty and natural riches, are there for you to enjoy and to find the much needed joy, health and spiritual satisfaction.
Zaton is a small tourist town ideal for a true vacation and relaxation from the everyday stress. Located between two historic towns, Nin and Zadar, it represents a unique blend of Dalmatian architecture, pleasant Mediterranean climate, preserved nature, rich cultural and historic heritage, and vivid tourist everyday life.
The island of Vir is situated in the Vir Sea in the northwestern part of Dalmatia. It is one of 300 islands and islets of the Zadar archipelago. The indented coastline of Vir can boast of many sandy, gravel, stone and rocky beaches. A part of them is located along pinewoods with crystal clear sea, which makes this island ideal for a family vacation.
The town of Vrsi is on a small peninsula in the far end of the northwestern part of Northern Dalmatia. It is known for its beautiful 34 km long indented coastline, rich in natural beaches and coves suitable for swimming or simply for a vacation in peace and quiet far from urban centres.