Croatia is a popular summer holiday destination, with most people visiting for the brilliant blue Adriatic Sea, lush islands, and magnificent beaches. However, when it comes to natural wonders, Croatia has significantly more to offer. Because of the conserved water resources, rich flora and fauna, spectacular lakes and rivers, and several national parks and nature protection areas, around 10% of Croatia’s surface is under natural/eco protection.
Let us meet Croatia’s magnificent national parks!
Plitvice National Park
Plitvice Lakes National Park (local name: Plitvička jezera) is a natural paradise and Croatia’s largest and first National Park, formed in 1949. Although the majority of the park’s over 300 km2 territory is covered in forest vegetation, the main attractions are its lakes and
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