Krka National Park is a 75-kilometre-long complex of travertine waterfalls of the Krka River, the largest such complex in Europe. Its largest waterfall, Skradinski buk, which can be reached by boat, is 46 metres high and has 6 cataracts over which the Krka River gushes having the strongest flow in spring and fall.

The park contains numerous footpaths, leading through lush and invigorating vegetation, as well as wooden bridges crossing the river alongside the waterfalls. The river is suitable for swimming in summer underneath the waterfalls in a safe zone delimited by buoys. You will also visit the autochthonous ethno village with reconstructed old mills and the house exhibiting the ancient trades. Then we head to Šibenik, a Romanesque, Gothic, and Renaissance city, where the Renaissance masterpiece of Juraj Dalmatinac awaits – the cathedral of Saint Jacob, a UNESCO World Heritage Monument.

Group tour available throughout the year (min. 6 people).

Price per person: 400 kn / 55 EUR (October – May); 460 kn / 63 EUR (June – September)

Children discount 0 – 6 years: 100%

Children discount 7 – 14 years: 30%

 Duration: 8:30 – 16:30

The price includes the following: bus transfer, boat transfer from Skradin to Skradinski buk, tour guide, lunch pack, entrance fee to the National Park, tour of Šibenik.

 

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