From Skradin, a small gem of a town over 6,000 years old, we set off on the river Krka to Skradinski Buk, one of the most famous Croatian natural phenomena. By exploring the interior, you will be rewarded with one more old Croatian capital, the town of Knin, and in its surroundings time will fly during an active holiday that will refresh your body and soul. In Šibenik you will be amazed by the Cathedral of St James, whose dome overlooks medieval stone buildings, and its narrow streets which, in the warm summer evenings, invite you to socialise in the attractive Mediterranean ambience of the town. If, at the end of your trip on the Routes of Croatian Rulers, you are not surprised by Krapanj, the island of sponges which carries three epithets: the smallest, the lowest and the most inhabited island in the Mediterranean, then, by cruising through the Kornati National Park, a famous nautical paradise, you will surely experience complete fulfilment of the soul with positive emotions as you watch the display of many islands, islets and rocks that, like nowhere else, dance before your eyes… https://croatia.hr/en-GB/Destinations/Regions/Cluster/Dalmatia-Sibenik
In the central part of the Telašćica Nature Park there is the salt lake Mir, characterized by being registered as a lake, although it has salt water, but also because the water in it is several degrees warmer than sea water and therapeutic properties are therefore attributed to it – this in particular refers to the part of the lake where there is medicinal mud. The water in the lake is shallow and saltier than average and is not completely separated from the sea, since seawater fills the lake during high tide through underground cracks. Not far from the lake there are 160 meters high cliffs from which you can see dolphins. So, let go of the land, stick to the sea and take a break at a saltwater lake!
If you are thinking what to visit in Šibenik county? This is the page for you: https://www.sibenik-tourism.hr/
Whether you classify it as a fruit or a vegetable, you have to admit – the olive is a magical food. Although it stems from scanty soil, it can still be used in an abundance of ways. Besides giving us oil, it is most commonly used in cuisine – as a cold appetizer alone or in salads, or as an addition to sauces, meat, and fish. The fact that a Mediterranean diet is inscribed on UNESCO’s list of intangible heritage additionally speaks of the quality of this food. There are many benefits of olive oil, and so it is best to set your course for the Croatian coast and explore all the magic of olives and olive oil. Get to know the liquid gold of the Mediterranean… https://feeds.croatia.hr/en/have-you-met-the-amazing-virgins-of-the-mediterranean/
It is a timeless natural product, made to the highest standards that has something for everyone. A little sweetness for the kids, a natural medicine for the sick, and a tasty addition to breakfasts and signature desserts. And if you are looking for diversity, tradition, and pure natural golden goodness, nothing can beat honey. And if you have decided to visit Croatia, know that you will visit the Land of Honey. Here is why… https://feeds.croatia.hr/en/sweet-natural-goodness/
Visit Tribunj on Saturday 13.6.2020, 7PM and enjoy in free sea food delicacies and some music 🙂
Is it safe to travel to Croatia? Entry into the Republic of Croatia for foreign citizens. I am a citizen of a Member State of the EU/EEA and I have booked tourist accommodation in the Republic of Croatia. What documents do I need to have to enter the Republic of Croatia? Are the borders open? Are there flights to Croatia? Are there any domestic flights operating within Croatia? Are hotels currently operation in Croatia and if not, when are hotels, camps and other accommodation expected to reopen? Are restaurants open? Are beaches, parks and outdoor recreational facilities open? Are private boats allowed to enter Croatian waters and or mooring in Croatia? What is the situation with nautical tourism? Is there public transportation available within Croatia? Within and/or to and from various cities and regions. Is there passenger traffic and or public ferry transport available to and from the Croatian islands? Transiting through Croatia…
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The river Krka (75 km) has specific meaning for the counties total economy, especially in tourism. Krka is a phenomenal rocky lime ground, which has unique cascade like canyons that created a natural beauty with miraculous formations of tuff barriers. Great tourist attractions are the Roški Slap (waterfall), the Visovac Lake and the little island of Visovac on which the Franciscan monastery St. Archangel is located, the restored mills, the stamping mills and ethno-collection.
A section of the course of the Krka, from Knin to Skradin was pronounced a national park in 1885 due to its exceptional nature and scientific and cultural historic value.