On the way to the National Park Krka, first stop will be in the city of Šibenik where the guests will have a chance to visit
St. Jacob’s Cathedral constructed in the 15th century (under UNESCO protection). After that, we will take you for a drive on
Dalmatian panoramic road that has an amazing view of the coast and the islands.
Next stop is Krka National Park with its breathtaking waterfalls and 17 natural barriers. This famous place lies within Šibenik - Knin County and covers a total area of 109 km2. The Krka River is a natural karstic phenomenon with its length of 72,5 km. Walking on the wooden paths through enchanting moving water, hearing the rare birds singing, and visiting still active hundred years old water mills will definitely make your trip exciting and prove you priceless value of this natural treasure.
Interesting sight is hydroelectric plant that was constructed in 1895 and is protected as a monument of industrial architecture. You’ll have free time for swimming and paddling under the waterfalls, exploring, walking and having lunch (not included in the price).
Return to Split in the late afternoon.