The Krka National Park is located in Southern Croatia along the Krka River. The magnificent area of natural beauty is best known for its series of seven stunning waterfalls. The national park is one of Croatia’s eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The beautiful park covers an extensive area of 142sq.km, and is named after the Krka River which runs through it. The park was created to help protect the river. The park is situated about 10km from Sibenik and can be accessed via public transport or with a guided excursion.
Krka National Park is an area of exceptional natural beauty, from waterfalls to gorges and miles of greenery. The site also boasts an array of fascinating man-made structures, including the monasteries which were built in the park by monks.
Over 800 different species of plants can be found among the Krka National Park, while visitors can also spot a
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