Krka is the seventh national park in Croatia known by its large number of lakes and cascades. Its name comes after the Krka river which takes part of the national park. Its is situated in the middle part of Dalmatia, few km north-east from Šibenik. It stretches on 142 km2 of which 25,6 km2 is water surface. Krka River has 7 travertine waterfalls, its beauty is evident in the natural karst phenomenon which we recommend you to visit in spring time or in summer when it is in its full glory, also you can refresh yourself in the crystal clear water.
In the central part of the Adriatic sea, where the islands of Šibenik's archipelago meet those of Zadar's archipelago there is a special and unique group of island called Kornati.
In 1980 big part of Kornati archipelago was proclaimed national park because of its extraordinary scenery, interesting geomorphology, development of its coastline and rich biocenosis of marine ecological system.
NP Paklenica stretches along the coastal part of south Velebit.
It embraces flows of Great and Small Paklenica, that is, their well known canyons vertically incised into the south parts of Velebit and its wider area. On its realtively small area we meet extremely rich geomorphological phenomena, rich animal and plant life, atractive scenery and untouched nature.
The most popular and the most visited national park in Croatia is Plitvice Lakes – the only natural beauty, among other cultural values in Croatia, which was enlisted on the World's heritage list (UNESCO) in 1979 as one of the first in the world.
Unique line of 16 big lakes and many small ones, cascades and travertine barriers are united in an unforgettable scenery. This creates positive feeling among its visitors which is hard to explain in words.