Krka National Park includes a series of seven waterfalls, the most spectacular being the vibrantly-coloured Skradinski Buk, an island-monastery Visovac and a Roman legionnaires camp and amphitheatre, Burnum, along the protected Krka River ecosystem.
Eighty-nine breathtaking, cone-shaped islands make up the protected site of Kornati National Park, surrounded by bright blue and aquamarine sea with a diverse marine life, they’re a sailing haven and home to a host of archeological and cultural relics.
Perched on the edge of a picturesque archipelago, with islands dotted across the horizon as far as the eye can see, Šibenik boasts breathtaking panoramic views infused with unparalleled natural beauty.
ŠIBENIK OLD TOWN AND WATERFRONT
Set on a hill surrounded by four impressive heritage fortresses – and overlooking the glittering azure waters of the Adriatic – the ancient Šibenik dates back to 1066, offering a wealth of historic and cultural experiences to all who visit its sun-drenched shores.