Krka National Park is one of the most fascinating regions of Croatia and one of the most popular places to visit in Dalmatia! The amazing river Krka carved a spectacular canyon of waterfalls on its 70-kilometers-long journey from the foothills of Dinara mountain to the amazing estuary under the walls of historic Šibenik.
Enjoy a guided tour of authentically restored small stone houses, workshops, watermills and learn how water was used to make village life possible and sustainable centuries ago. The tour continues with an incredible walk through the park, across the network of forest paths and wooden bridges that take you to the beautiful site where river Krka flows to its. Along the way enjoy rich diversity of flora and fauna.
Continue to Skradin by boat. Ancient Scardona is still one of the most charming places in Dalmatia! This little town is one of the best preserved Dalmatian towns and is a marvelous find in all respects: from the traditional folk klapa singing to the roaring waterfalls of the Skradinski Buk!
Leaving the splendor of Krka waterfalls behind, depart to the lovely UNESCO heritage town of Šibenik. Šibenik is the oldest native Croatian city on the Adriatic coast and home to what many consider the most beautiful cathedral in Croatia dedicated to St. James. Built over an entire century by several successive architects, cathedral of St. James features some of the most remarkable architectural sculpture in Croatia. Enjoy this beautiful town standing in the bay where river Krka meets the sea!