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From Vodice “close at hand“
There is a wide range of options how to get many beautiful holiday experiences from the area

Krka National Park
22 km        24 min

The Krka river is the most beautiful and the most extraordinary river in this part of the Croatian coast. The Krka river is 73 km long. The river flows through less settled krastic country, it pierces it way through many narrow passages in limestone and it has created many lakes, cascades, caverns and waterfalls on its way. The river is watery, besides many tributaries, it also has underground sources. 8 km after Visovac, there are the last but the most beautiful waterfalls on the river, so called Skradinski buk falls. They fall from 17 terraces, they are really massive especially in summer – it is still a remarkable view. They belong to the most beautiful krastic waterfalls in Europe.

The part of the Krka from Knin to Skradin was proclaimed a national park in 1985 (110 km2). There are 5 official entrances for Krka National Park. The nature of  Krka National Park is very rich  and diverse and that is so, because of the influence of the Adriatic Sea which also influences weather in the area. On the territory of the KRKA park, there are 220 species and subspecies of plants registered, most of which are endemic species of the Adriatic region. To the scientists – ornithologists, The Krka riverside is a very valuable location.

Kornati National Park
38 km       
There are no bigger inhabited islands in the waters around Šibenik but there are still more islands than in the other areas abound Croatian coast. The Kornati  archipelago of Croatia belongs to territory of the Mediterranean Sea, it is the most diverse and the most numorous group of islands in the Mediterranean. In the relatively small area of the archipelago, there are about 150 islands. The archipelago was  named after cliffs, steep hills turned to the wide sea and specific geographical shapes towering over the islands in the crown shape. The Kornati islands are simply crowned islands. It is a specific country with krastic phenomenons and  exceptional spieces of plants. In 1980, the Kornati archipelago was declared a national park. The Kornati islands are mostly in hands of private proprietors and they are mainly people of the town of Murter. The park excels in a beautiful nature, the crystal clear sea, an interesting coastline and a unique, sea ecosystem. That´s why it has become a destination for divers, climbers, yachtsmen and lovers of nature. A very interesting trip for tourists could be Magazínove škrila on the island of Kornat. It is a large piece of limestone which slipped from its original position while the Island was formed.
It is also important to mention the Island of Murter. The Island of Murter is also called the capital of Kornati and it consists of 4 towns. The People fish, grow olives and raise sheep here. The best wooden boats are built in Betina
Vrana Lake Nature Park
33 km        31 min
Vrana lake is the largest lake in Croatia and  the area of the lake is 30.7 square kilometres. It is located between historical cities Zadar and Šibenik,  4 km from the city Biograd na Moru. Vrana Lake Nature Park is approximately 57 square kilometers big. The sweetwater lake is 14 km long, 2 km wide and 2-6 m deep. The lake provides an ample amount of fish such as carps, pikes, sheatfish and eels.
The dominant feature of the park is a special ornithological reserve, an almost untouched natural habitat of birds (241 species of birds). The management of the park organizes bird watching trips, there are wooden bird watching huts too. During the whole year, you can go fishing on the lake, just rent a boat and buy a fish ticket.
Bikers can have an amazing experience on the 40 km long bike trail around the lake. The route goes along lookout points and areas with a beautiful nature. Within the park is a lookout point Kamenjak, from which you have a captivating view of Lake Vrana, its surroundings and  the chapel that is nearby. There are wooden benches, boards and a telescope.
In the village Vrana, which lies 3 km from Pakoštane, you can find the ruins of a medieval fortress. It belonged to the Croatian kings, later, it was a place of the Templars. The Medieval Fair in Vrana is organized annually at the end of August.
289 km        3 hod 26 min
Dubrovnik is the southest Croatian city. It is a center of culture and economy. The most recognizable feature of the historical center is Dubrovnik walls that run around the city. This complex creation is one of the most beautiful and monumental fortified systems in the Mediterranean  and it includes many towers, bastions and smaller fortresses. In 1979, the city of Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.
The city walls are the main attraction for tourists and they are the most preserved fortification in Europe. They are 2 km long and there are 5 fortresses, 16 towers and bastions. It is possible to enter the city through 2 main gates Pile a Ploče and  through 2 gates in the harbour.
Fort Lovrijenac is a fortress located outside the western wall of the city of Dubrovnik in Croatia, 37 m above sea level. Above the gate there is an inscription Non Bene Pro Toto Libertas Venditur Auro (Freedom is not to be sold for all the treasures in the world). Today, Lovrijenac is known as a city where Dubrovnik Summer Festival takes place and where the works of William Shakespeare are played.
Another western city entrance (Pile) was protected by Fort Bokar which together with Minčeta Tower and Fort Lovrijenac were to protect the western entrance to the city. To protect the eastern - Ploče Gate, Revelin Fortress was built. St. John Fortress, is a building on the southeastern side of the old city port, controlling and protecting its entrance. There is a maritime museum and an aquarium.
Stradun or Placa is the main street of Dubrovnik. It runs some 300 metres through the Old Town. It is surrounded by the Walls of Dubrovnik. It connects the western entrance called the Pile Gate to the Ploče Gate on the eastern end. There is the Large Onofrio's Fountain and the Small Onofrio's Fountain. Entering the Pile Gate, you can see St. Saviour Church. The Franciscan monastery is a roman-gothic monastery where you can visit an original pharmacy from the 13th century, it is one of the oldest pharmacies in Europe. On the opposite side, there is Roland's Column, The Sponza Palace, a Baroque church of The Church of St. Blaise, Luza-the old bell tower,  the guardhouse, Marin Držić Theatre. One of the most beautiful places in Dubrovnik is the Rector's Palace. A statue of Michaela Prazatta can be seen here, he left all his possession to the  Dubrovnik Republic. There is also a study with the keys to the city gates and a musical saloon with a Czech crystal chandelier.
Other interesting buildings are the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, the Church of St Ignatius and Collegium Ragusinum
Plitvice Lakes National Park
159 km        1 hod 50 min

Plitvice Lakes and the surroundings belong to the most beautiful natural creations in Europe. In 1932, the area was declared a protected area. In 1949, it was proclaimed a national park and in 1979 Plitvice Lakes National Park was added to the UNESCO World Heritage register. This area includes a breathtaking jewel stretching along nearly 8 kilometers and it is formed by sixteen terraced lakes located at different altitudes. Prošćansko jezero is the highest lake, this lake is fed by the Matica river.  The lakes are separated from each other by travertine barriers. The waters continue to flow downward from lakes into barriers into the next lake it also creates a chain of waterfalls. The Plitvice Lakes national park is heavily forested and its rich vegetation reflects in the lakes of unbelievable colours ranging from azure to green, grey or blue.

The 16 lakes are grouped into the 12 Upper Lakes which end in the biggest lake named Kozjak. From here the water is spilling over into the Lower Lakes – a set of four smaller and shallower lakes which lie in a beautiful canyon of steep rocks. At the end of the Lower Lakes, there is one of the most gorgeous passage where the Plitvica river joins the lakes in the largest waterfall (72m). The forest covers 157 km2 , meadows 35 km2 and approximately 2,2 km2 of area are lakes and waterfalls.

The lakes are connected with waterfalls but also with subflows and caves of which 12 are accessible.

An interesting part of  Plitvice Lakes are barriers among the lakes. The barriers are the result of an interplay between water, air and plants and tufa-limestone creations which have developed in the last 4000 years. They grow at the rate of about 3 cm per year but they can also break easily.

Fallen tree trunks in the water look like sleeping crocodiles. The limestone sediment and a reflexion of the sun are a cause of strange blue and green colouring of Plitvice Lakes.

The forests play very important role in preserving of this unique natural phenomenon. They cover almost 3 quarters of the park. They are an important reservoir of water and they also take care of its even supply. The National Park offers its space not only for different spieces of fish but also for endangered spieces such as: otters, brown bears, wolves and wild cats. Other animals sucha s foxes, does, deers, boars and badgers live in the forsets.

Swimming and boat rides are only allowed in some places. In the summer months, the water temperature of the Upper Lakes is  24°C. Koziak, Ciginovac and Prošćansko jezero are the real paradise for fishermen but the permission is required. It can be issued by the Management of the National Park

70 km        60 min

Trogir is not only one of the oldest towns on the Adriatic coast but it belongs to the oldest towns in the  Mediterranean. The sacrificial altar of the Greek godess Hera was found under the tower of the the Cathedral of Trogir which might mean that there was once, on the site of today's cathedral, a shrine from at least the Greek and Roman period. The Roman Tragurium comes form the first century B.C. and it was probably a part of a greater colony. Trogig was well-known at that time for its golden marble which was used for buildings in Salon for decorative purposes and later, it was used for a representative part of the ancient Diocletian's Palace. After the WW II, Trogir was developing in the spirit of social industialization. There is Split airport and a lot of tourist and residential buildings on the land but also on the island of Čiovo. Since 1997, the historic centre of Trogir has been included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites

75 km        60 min

Zadar is a center of economy, culture, education and tourism. It is the 5th biggest city and very important city in Croatia. Most of the city´s cultural and historical sights can be found in the historical center on the peninsula. The central location of these sights is the square called Fóra from the Romans time. The Church of St. Donatus belongs to the Early Middle Ages period and it is undoubtfully the most famous sight and symbol of Zadar. It is the building where antic fragments are hidden in every corner. The Cathedral of St. Anastasia was constructed in the Romanesque style and it is the largest church in all of Dalmatia.

13 km        14 min

Šibenik  is a historic city ,  which lies near the mouth of the river Krka. The flooded mouth of the river forms a big bay connected with sv. Ante Channel. After the WW I, there was a development of industry in the area. During the WW II, Šibenik was almost destroyed. The City Hall was completely destroyed too which was the biggest loss of  a historical value in Croatia. Roughly 18 kilometres north of the city is the Krka National Park and The Kornati archipelago west of Šibenik. St. Anne's Fortress dominates the city.

It is built 70 m above the sea level, on the top of the hill where the historical center of Šibenik is located. Another important sight is St. Nicholas Fortress which was designed by Michel Sanmicheli.

The fortress is in the shape of a triangle. The historical center of Šibenik is Square of the Republic of Croatia. Nearby the square, there are the most important objects of Šibenik: the Cathedral, City  Hall, City loggia, the Bishops Palac. The Cathedral of St. James is the most important monument and symbol of the city. The Cathedral has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2000

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