National Park Krka Tour

from/per person 67€
  • National Parks & Historical Towns
  • 9 hours
  • Tour guide

Description

Departure from the arranged meeting point by bus or mini van. A pleasant coach drive through the karsts hinterland of Šibenik Riviera takes us to the first stop – the city of Šibenik.

Šibenik is the oldest Croatian town on the Adriatic coast. It grew from an old Croatian fort near the fortress of St. Michael, which still overlooks the town. Upon arrival, you can enjoy in the sightseeing of one of the most valuable sacral monuments in Dalmatia – The St. James Cathedral, which dates from the 15th century.

After the visit of Šibenik we continue to the famous River Krka waterfalls. Here, in beautiful natural surroundings, the River Krka forms picturesque waterfalls cascading over 17 natural barriers. Inside of the Krka National Park we will visit the restored ethnological monuments to become familiar with the customs of the region. The preserved watermills date from the 19th century and have an exceptional cultural and historical significance.

We will walk along the wooden paths to Skradinski buk-the longest and the loveliest waterfall on the Krka river. This is a spot where the stunning beauty is expressed in full through the perennial play of sun and water.

Free time for walking, sightseeing, photographing and swimming in this beautiful environment.

Price includes: Transport, English-speaking guide, entrance fees to the National Park and St.James Cathedral, insurance.

GPS  coordinates: 43°30´24.2″N, 16°26´25.5″E


Price

67€ 50€

Itinerary

08:00 Departure from Split (Apodos office on the Promenade)
10:30-11:30 Sightseeing of Šibenik
12:00-13:30 Sightseeing of the park and Ethno Village
14:00-16:00 Free time for lunch, swimming and photographing
17:00-17:30Return to Split

Note

Comfortable shoes & camera