About Krka National Park

Lakes and waterfalls, walking trails, woodlands, boat trips and swimming. A variation from the coastal scenery and a lovely day out

The Krka river National park is an area of exceptional natural beauty and considerable geological interest. The Krka river descends through a series of lakes and seven waterfalls before eventually emerging in the Adriatic near Sibenik. The park can be visited by boat from the small upstream port of Skradin or indeed by sailing up the river from its mouth, as is popular with many yachtsmen. There are also several entry points to visit the park on foot. There are sections of the river where swimming is permitted. Full information is available on the Krka National Park website.