Sibenik is the oldest city on the coast of Adriatic Sea founded originally by Croatian kings. The Cathedral of St. James in Sibenik is the most important architectural achievement of the 15th and 16th centuries on Croatian soil. Due to its exceptional value, it was included on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List in the year of 2000, and since 2017 St. Nicholas’ Fortress located in the town of Sibenik also joined this list.
Krka is seventh national park in Croatia known for its numerous lakes and waterfalls. It was named after the river Krka which is also part of the park. The national park is located in central Dalmatia downstream Miljevci village, only a few kilometres northeast of the city of Sibenik.
It covers an area along the river Krka which springs at the foothills of the Dinara mountain near the city of Knin, then flows through a canyon 75 km long, flows through Prokljansko lake, and empties into the Bay of Sibenik. Park covers 109 square kilometres, of which 25.6 square kilometres are water surface.
Krka river now has 7 travertine waterfalls and its beauty is a natural karst phenomenon, which is recommended to be visited in spring and summer being in all its glory, and you can refresh yourself in the clear water. Krka became a national park on 24th of January 1985 and is the seventh national park in Croatia.
It is known for its many lakes and waterfalls. Jaruga hydroelectric Power Plant below the Skradinski waterfall is the second oldest hydropower plant in the world and first in Europe. It was built on 28th of August 1895, just three days after the world’s first hydroelectric power plant at Niagara Falls.
Price for adult: 350,00kn
Price for children age 3 to 12: 245,00HRK