Krka is Europe’s most extensive travertine cascade system. Seven spectacular waterfalls, 40 interesting caves and pits, and several impressive archaeological sites and medieval fortifications are nearby.
It takes less than one hour to drive from Sukošan, and your first stop will be Skradinski Buk Waterfall. With its 48 m drop, the Krka is Europe’s most extensive travertine cascade system. Seven spectacular waterfalls, 40 interesting caves and pits, and several impressive archaeological sites and medieval fortifications are nearby.
It is a protective habitat for more than a thousand diverse plant species and various endemic and endangered animals. You can walk along the marked paths next to Krka river and the famous Skradisnki Buk waterfall. Take this opportunity to take spectacular photos.
And don't forget you swimming kit!
Visovac Island - Our Lady of Mercy Monastery
Krka National Park offers sightseeing boat tours towards the lovely Krka Monastery, the Orthodox Dalmatian Eparchy’s spiritual centre, extraordinary Visovac Island and its 15th-century Franciscan monastery of Our Lady of Mercy.
Visovac is a little island owned by the Catholic Church, situated in the area of the lower flow of the river Krka between two waterfalls in Krka National Park – the Roski waterfall and Skradinski buk.
The island, transformed by the monks over centuries of diligent work into a charming dwelling full of trees, colourful flowers, fruits and vegetables, is an irresistible ongoing attraction for numerous pilgrims and tourists alike.
In perfect tranquillity, one can look at the valuable library of books and manuscripts enjoying the perfect peace and quiet. The collection also features a small selection of seventeenth-century paintings.