The National park Krka is situated just a few kilometers away from the town of Šibenik and is famous for the biggest and most beautiful waterfalls of the Dalmatia region. With its seven travertine waterfalls and a total drop of 242 meters, the Krka River is a natural and karstic phenomenon with a largely intact and preserved ecosystem and as such represents an unmissable destination for all visitors of Šibenik and the region. The crystal blue waterfalls of the Krka river boast an amazing flora nad fauna and offer each visitor an unforgettable experience of nature. The island of Visovac, situated in the middle of a river lake bearing the same name, together with its Franciscan monastery dating from the 15th century is a jewel of the National park, and the cascading waterfall of Roški Slap represents a natural phenomenon which is bound to leave each visitor breathless.
On the way back from Krka National Park, you have a chance to visit Trogir, the town is included in the UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage List, built on the site of the ancient Greek sett lement Tragurion. The town, surrounded by medieval walls, has many buildings that testify to its rich history, most notably the Cathedral with the famous portal of Master Radovan, the Town Loggia from the 15th century, the Town Hall, the Ćipiko Palace and the Benedictine Monastery from the 11th century.