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Split is an area rich in natural beauty and is an excellent starting point for several national parks and nature parks. The nearest national park near Split is Krka, which is about 80 kilometers north. Some 200 kilometers north of the Kornati National Park is located at a similar distance but south is the National Park Mljet. Both of these parks are in need of shipping because it is an island. The nearest nature park of Biokovo, which is about a hundred kilometers south.

The Krka National Park from Split

You can visit the Krka National Park from Split by bus or car. From the center of Split to the park is some 80 kilometers away, which takes about 1 hour to drive.

It is possible to visit the National Park by boat or pedestrian - cycling trail from Skradin. Skradin - Krka National Park runs daily from April to October. Every full hour the ship leaves from Skradin, and the return is 30 minutes later. For example, from Skradin to NP starts at 13:00, 14:00, etc. and the return is at 13:30, 14:30.

Boat transport is included in the national park ticket price. For those who are looking for recreation, there is a pedestrian-cycling trail, 3.4 miles long. The park covers 109 km² of surface area of ​​the river Krka and the lower stream of the river Čikola, and the length of the river Krka is 72.5 km, which is the 22nd river in length in Croatia. Its waterfalls have a total drop of 225 meters.

The longest waterfalls of the river Krka called Skradinski buk are probably the main reason for your visit to this national park. With over 17 stairs and a total height difference of 45 m, Skradinski buk justifies its title of the most beautiful natural beauty in Croatia. At the foot of the Skradinski buk, it is possible to swim, so you can cool down after a long sightseeing of Krka, which has many things that you can not miss. One of these things is an ethno village where you can see 19th century stone watermills and numerous objects that the local population used in the past.

The Krka National Park from Split



Kornati National Park from Split

Spend an extraordinary day discovering a beautiful national park with more than 140 islands and islets. Relax in this little paradise on Earth while enjoying a pleasant boat ride, eat delicious Dalmatian food and enjoy swimming in the salt water of Lake Mir. If you are near Split, a few carriers are directly driven to the Kornati National Park. A convenient and quicker way to the park is if you drive by car to Sibenik or Murter and choose some of the organized tours from the nearby towns of Kornati.

Kornati National Park was proclaimed in 1980 when it was placed under protection. The total surface of this park is about 220 square kilometers and is made up of larger and smaller islands, and the rocks that emerge from the blue sea of the Adriatic Sea. Of the total area of Kornati, only ¼ of the mainland is occupied. The rest of the National Park is the sea and the living world that lives there.

Nacionalni park Kornati


Mljet National Park from Split

You can reach Split's National Park Mljet from the Split-Brac-Hvar-Korcula-Mljet-Dubrovnik catamaran. You can look at the line of this line on the link. https://www.krilo.hr/plovidbeni-red/

The National Park Mljet was proclaimed on November 11, 1960, and its surface covers the northwestern part of the island of Mljet and the surrounding part of the sea.

NP Mljet is the first institutionalized attempt to protect the original ecosystem in the Adriatic.

Park with its surface covers the western third of the island of Mljet. The boundaries of the park come from the Blackbird area to the deepest point of the island, Cape Goli. Some national parks include Polače (the main tourist and tourist port), Goveđari (the oldest village on the Jezera), Soline (a small place at the entrance to Veliko jezero) and Pristina (post office and national park) and Pomena (the only hotel on the island).

You can visit the National Park Mljet all year round. There are three official entrances to the park: Pomena, Polače and Vrbovica, and during the tourist season we are open from 08:00 to 20:00. In the winter period (from the beginning of November to the end of April), we are accepting visitors only by prior announcements.

Nacionalni park Mljet from Split croatia

Biokovo Nature Park

Although not a national park, Biokovo Nature Park is nothing less attractive and more attractive to visit if you are in the vicinity of Split. Biokovo is one of 11 nature parks in Croatia and includes one part of the mountain range Biokovo. It is about 130 kilometers from Split.

It is worth mentioning that the park (Biokovo) was proclaimed in 1981, with a total area of nearly 200 square kilometers. The highest peak in the park (this mountain massif) is Sveti Jure, with an altitude of 1762 meters. The peak of St. Jura is also the highest peak of Biokovo mountain, and is the third highest peak in Croatia.

Biokovo is characterized by a special karst relief, and preserved in a natural isolated environment. In the park area there are caves, and crags, which are particularly interesting for explorers and adventurers who love nature.

Biokovo iz Splita

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