Krka Waterfalls

Situated nearby the town of Šibenik, National Park Krka is one of eight beauties of Croatian nature. The complex wholeness is consisted of numerous caves and pits, even tuff. However, the park is most-known for seven travertine waterfalls - the topic we are taking a look at today. Favourite by number of visitors is definitely Skradinski buk, the longest barrier throughout the landmark. Its waters are a mixture of common Cikola and Krka rivers combined into a waterfall through and through. With a length of 800 meters, this Krka waterfall stretches out over around 45 meters of height. For all tourists out there, Skradin can be reached via Knin-Drnis-Tromilja-Lozovac or the Šibenik-Tromilja-Lozovac road. Boat transport is also viable every year starting April, all until November when it becomes inappropriate for weather conditions. Half a dozen souvenir shops can be found in the whole park, as well as restaurants, giving you one less thing to worry about upon arriving. One of biggest and most visited Croatia waterfalls alongside Plitvice lakes must not go without mentioning the other six notabilities of the river Krka-based park: Bilušića buk, Slap Brljan, grand Manojlovački slapovi, slap Rošnjak, Miljacka slap, and the second by popularity, Roški slap. Roški slap is penultimate in the complex, just before Skradin. This Krka waterfall has a great collection of smaller barriers, islands and caves. Necklace Cascades are highlight of this waterfall in particular, involving several spread rapids making the river look like necklaces. It continues all the way onto lake Visovac. We would like to add the ethno village on the list of places to visit. Number of stone watermills dating back to the 19th century, they are very popular amongst the Japanese today, and can be explored from the inside as well. If you are up for a road trip, you will only have to pay 110 Kuna per ticket during the summertime, 90 in spring and autumn and just 30 in the winter months.