Krka Waterfalls & Sibenik
Sibenik lies 32nm North of Split, and is the jumping off point for a trip up the river in your tender to the Krka National Park and the magnificent Krka Waterfalls. The Krka River travels two thirds of its way to the sea through canyons; and the trip up the river is well worth the effort as you pass through gorges and salt lakes.
Once at the entrance to the National Park at Skradin, you must take a ferry – which is included in the entrance fee – and then a walk to the bottom of the falls.
There are seven falls, the last one being Skradinski, with an average flow of 55 cubic metres of water per second.
The National Park Krka is rich in flora and fauna… and 222 bird species live there, making it one of the most valuable ornithological areas in Europe. Take the time to climb up the falls – not many people do - and it becomes more tranquil as you climb away from the hubbub of the tourists bathing in the pools at the base of the falls.
Sibenik itself is several degrees cooler than Split and the surrounding areas in the hot summer months, and is very unspoilt by mass tourism. It is well worth taking guests to.Read more
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