Krka National Park is one of Croatia’s best known attractions, and the naturally colorful pools here provide a spectacular backdrop to relax with friends and to swim in the wonderful water.
It is always funny to hear foreigners to pronounce ‘Krka’. It is probably one of the most difficult words you’ll pronounce when talking about Croatia. However, if you decide to visit this amazing attraction you’ll surely master the pronunciation in no time because you won’t stop talking about it. Krka is a must-have trip for all nature lovers. While Plitvice Lakes is Croatia’s largest and most popular national park, Krka is perhaps more charming as it is smaller and it is possible to enjoy in it as you can swim there. Sounds amazing, right. 🙂
Looks amazing too, only in the early morning. Yes, after 9am it is full of people already and it doesn´t look so magical. The water is quite warm as well.
Some details to know:
What to see: Your primary focus will probably be to see the main attractions – the waterfalls and cascades Skradinski buk and Roški slap as well as the island of Visovac with its monastery. A visit to the park does include a boat ride, but keep in mind that it involves walking, walking and walking. There are also some archaeological and ethnological monuments.
How to come there: The closes city is Sibenik, and if you don´t have a car, bus will be best choice.