Welcome to traditional Dalmatian village and the place where Croatia stepped into the modern electric power era with one of the world's oldest hydroelectric power plant. If you get tired or if it gets too hot, jump under the big waterfall and swim in the fresh waters of Krka River. A blend of educational and recreational area, natural and traditional surrounding, plus the fun time and you get - Krka.Krka Waterfalls are a stunning collection of well preserved nature and historical sights. The river and waterfalls continually produce natural phenomena, such as travertine formations that are a slow process of calcium-carbonate sedimentation. In addition to that, rich and endemic species of plants and animals revive the nature with every new day and invite you to join the fun. Need for preservation of this richness resulted in creation of Krka Waterfalls National Park in 1985.
The ethno-village pull you into the traditional lifestyle of Croatians of Šibenik-Knin region and take you through their everyday work and life. The life in harmony with the nature continues even today as hydroelectric power plant provide ecological power for the region. The effort put into reconstruction of ethno-village was recognized and awarded with Bronze Flower of Europe in 2006.The Krka Waterfalls National Park.
Excursion by Romeo&Juliet Travel Agency is your chance to enjoy the wonderful Croatia from within. Private guide will lead you to experience intimately the waterfalls at Skradinski Buk, by foot and by boat, from up-close and from viewpoints - belvederes, including the Imperial Belvedere, as well as the ethno-village and the old hydroelectric plant. Finally, let's jump into the river and refresh. Lively and vivid National Park will present Croatian nature, history and modern life and people all in once. Fill in the form below and make reservation for your best excursion!
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In National park Krka you can swim near majestic waterfalls.
The 211 bird species in an endless mosaic of floral life.
Island of Visovac
A monastery, a small park and a church, built by the Franciscans in the fifteenth century.
Both Jaruga and Niagara power plants were built during the War of Currents between Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison.