Sibenik & Krka National Park Vacations & Tours
The city of Šibenik, founded over 1000 years ago is situated just 8 miles from the Krka Waterfalls National Park. It was once a seat of King Petar Krešimir, earning a nickname ‘Krešimir’s town’. With its fortifications and towers, it also boasts one of the largest Gothic-Renaissance cathedrals in the region, St James, constructed solely out of the stones from Korčula and Brač islands.
The stunning Krka Waterfalls National Park, is situated nearby, and is mother nature’s phenomenon. Admire the beautiful waterfalls and lakes and stroll along pathways winding through the lush flora with a refreshing swim opportunity in front of stunning Skradinski Buk waterfall. Visit the Krka Monastery built above the Roman catacombs as well as the enchanting Visovac Island which is home to a 15th century Franciscan Monastery.