- By boat
- By land
Krka National Park
A piece of paradise on earth, as Krka National Park is usually described, is an area of exceptional natural value, including one or more preserved or insignificantly altered ecosystems. Skradinski buk, Roški Slap and the island of Visovac are some of the most attractive parts of the park.
St. James Cathedral
Gaze at St. James Cathedral, a striking triple-nave basilica built entirely of stone between 1431 and 1535. This grand domed beauty with carved faces adorning its walls has been a World Heritage Site since 2000, preserving its Gothic-Renaissance features.
Kornati National Park
The Kornati Islands National Park between Zadar and Šibenik is a spectacular archipelago that includes 109 mostly uninhabited islands, islets, reefs and craggy rocks scattered like jewels over an area of 224 square kilometers. The islands were visited by George Bernard Shaw who wrote "On the last day of the Creation God desired to crown his work, and thus created the Kornati Islands out of tears, stars and breath".
Krapanj, the island with the lowest elevation in the Adriatic Sea, you can learn all about sea sponge harvesting and processing, and also see what a traditional all-female rowing regatta looks like.