• National Park Kornati
  • National Park Kornati
    89 unforgettable islands, islets and reefs...

  • NP Krka
  • National Park Krka
    Waterfalls of the Krka river with an unaltered ecosystem.

  • NP Paklenica
  • National Park Paklenica
    is the largest and best preserved forest area in the Dalmatian territory, located at the southern part of mountain Velebit with deep canyons and torrent flows.

  • NP Plitvice Lakes
  • National Park Plitvice Lakes
    is a 295-sq.-km forest reserve. The park is known for its chain of 16 terraced lakes, joined by waterfalls that extend into a limestone canyons.
  • NP Velebit
  • Northern Velebit National Park
    is home to countless plant, fungus and animal species – natural beauty and biodiversity that is yet to be explored in its entirety.

  • NP Vransko Lake
  • Nature Park Lake Vrana
    an almost untouched natural habitat for birds with 256 recorded species, with an ample amount of fish for fishing enthusiast and bicycle paths around the lake.

  • NP Telascica
  • Nature Park Telašćica
    is situated in the southeastern part of the island Dugi Otok. Telaščica is dotted with steep cliffs, bays and is full of wildlife and sea creatures.

  • Sibenik
  • City of Šibenik
    is situated in the middle of the Dalmatia just an hour south of Biograd. Šibenik is the oldest Croatian city on the Adriatic coast and is rich in history and built on spiritual culture.

  • Nin
  • City of Nin
    From an exciting past to a lovely present. Situated on a small island in the middle of a shallow lagoon the small town of Nin can be found with its old centre, connected to the mainland by two stone bridges. Nin is very well known for its medicinal mud which reliably cures many illnesses.

  • Zadar
  • City of Zadar
    one of the biggest cities on the Adriatic coastline with rich historical and cultural heritage. Zadar boasts the first sea organs in the world accompanied by the most beautiful sunset in Croatia.