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Excursions

The National Park Kornati-Telaščica

Telašćica bay is situated in the central part of the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, in the southeastern part of the island of Dugi Otok. Thanks to its exceptional beauty, wealth and importance, this bay surrounded by 13 islands and islets, and six islands within the bay, was declared a nature park in 1988.

Plitvice Lakes National Park

Plitvice Lakes National Park is a special geological and hydrogeological phenomenon. The lakes were declared a national park on april 8th 1949. It is the largest, oldest and most popular Croatian national park. It represents a forested mountain area in a series of 16 small and large crystal blue lakes.

Krka National Park

Krka is the seventh national park in Croatia, known for its many lakes and waterfalls. It was named after the river Krka, which is part of the park. The National Park is located in central Dalmatia downstream of Miljevci, and only a few kilometers northeast of the city of Šibenik. It covers an area along the river Krka which springs at the base of the Dinara mountain near Knin, flows through a canyon 75 km long, flows through Prokljansko lake and flows into the bay of Šibenik. It stretches over 142 square kilometers, of which 25.6 square miles are water surfaces.

Šibenik

Šibenik, the oldest Croatian town on the Adriatic coast, is located in a protected natural harbor in the middle of the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, mare Adriaticum at the mouth of river Krka, the sources of rich Croatian history, probably where some of the first settlers saw the blue sea, moody and beautiful, which they had for centuries protected and sheltered, fed and guarded.

Zadar - Sea Organ - a boat trip

The Sea Organ is an organ which, unlike ordinary organ driven bellows or air pumps, is provided energy from the sea and waves. Located in the west part of the waterfront in Zadar near the Sun Salutation.

Vrana lake - Cycle route

The dominant feature of the park is the special ornithological reserve, which, due to its preservation fens on the NW part of the lake a rare wetland system, with high biodiversity, outstanding scientific and ecological value, in 1983. got that status and is included in the list of important ornithological areas in Europe (Important Bird Areas in Europe).

Vrgada island - trip to the golden beach

Vrgada is an island in the Adriatic Sea, in front of Pakoštane. Mentioned by Constantine Porphyrogenitus in the Middle Ages, because it was of great importance as a surveillance point of the Adriatic maritime route. Even today, there are ruins of a medieval fortress. This area bears the name of Gradina and is located on the hill above the town. The island is located between Pakoštane in the north, to the northwest of the island of Pašman, Kornati in the southwest and Murter in the southeast.

Pašman channel - a boat trip

Pašman channel is a marine channel in the Adriatic Sea between the islands of Pašman and the mainland coast. The channel is navigable for boats up to 6 m draft, because of the many small islands and reefs, especially in the southeastern part of the channel.

Split

Second largest city in Croatia and the largest Croatian city on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, located between the Žrnovnica river in the east and the west Jadro river. A city that offers a shade of the Marjan forest in the western part of the peninsula, 15 kilometers of seaside promenades and Dalmatian song in the cobbled streets of the old town, situated on one of the sunniest parts of the central Mediterranean. It is famous for its climate, measurable through 2700 hours of sunshine annually.

Trogir

Uniqueness of the town, as well as Split, Zadar and Rab, unlike other resorts on the coast and in the hinterland, is that the city has not died down life after the ancient civilization. Trogir is therefore a city with long-lasting memories for its legends, myths, by its humanistic tradition.

One-day sailing trip from Biograd

Canoe Safari at the river Zrmanja

Zrmanja river belongs to the group of Europe's most beautiful rivers: perfectly clear water, magnificent canyon, magical waterfalls ... Easy and safe for novice canoeists, but the natural environment makes it very exciting.

Rafting on the river Cetina

Cetina River is the longest karst river in Croatia, with a total length of 100.5 kilometers. Located in the heartland of the Dalmatian hinterland and has always attracted with its beauty and diversity. Rises from five strong springs at 380 m above sea level at the foot of the mountain Dinara and Gnjat, a few kilometers north of Vrlika, where it flows southeast through Sinj and Trilj to Zadvarja, where it turns west to the mouth and Omiš.

Big game fishing

Quad-tours

Submarine trip

This semisubmarine has the highest ratio of window area to the passenger, it's small enough and agile that we can bring it in the best position for sightseeing, it is not diving under the surface but has an underwater cabin with large bulletproof glass that is 1.5 m below the sea surface.

Diving


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