National Parks in the proximity of Zadar
Kornati or Kornati Islands are islands located in central Dalmatia, west of Sibenik and south of Zadar. The island was declared a national park in 1980.
The island consists of about 150 islands spread over a surface of 320 km2. From the surface of the park, only about 1/4 is mainland while the rest of the marine ecosystem. The island has no permanent settlements.
Telašćica Bay is located in the central part of the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, in the southeastern part of the island of Dugi otok. Thanks to its exceptional beauty, richness and significance, this bay was proclaimed the 1988 Nature Park.
Paklenica National Park extends over 95 km², on the southern slopes of Velebit, below the highest peaks of Vaganski vrh (1757m) and Sveti Hram (1753 m). It covers the area of streams …
NP PLITVICA LAKES
The Plitvice Lakes National Park is a particular geological and hydrogeological karst phenomenon. The Plitvice Lakes Complex was proclaimed a national park on April 8, 1949. It is the largest, oldest and most visited Croatian national park. It represents a wooded mountain area with 16 lakes of different sizes, filled with crystal blue water. The lakes are interconnected by cascades and waterfalls.
NP NORTHERN VELEBIT
The Northern Velebit National Park is a recognizable part of Velebit, preserved by its natural diversity and the experience of wilderness. It is the basis of sustainable development of local communities on the traditional foundations and the area of acquiring new knowledge
Thanks to its indented coast, history, variety of flora and fauna, which makes Brijuni known as the “paradise on Earth”, on October 27, 1983, Brijuni was proclaimed a national park and a favorite tourist destination. Brijuni have a rich history: the first, now known traces …
The National Park is a spacious, predominantly unchanged area of exceptional and multiple natural values, and includes one or more preserved or slightly altered ecosystems. Its purpose is primarily scientific, cultural, educational and recreational, and for tourists there are also tourist activities. The sunken part of the Krka River is about 72.5 km long and the length of the 22 rivers in Croatia. It rises at the foot of the Dinara mountain, 3.5 km northeast of Knin.