National park Plitvice Lakes

Plitvice Lakes National Park, located at a distance of 133 km from Zadar (approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes by car), stands as the largest and oldest national park in Croatia. The park's lakes and waterfalls are formed through the process of sedimentation. In 1979, they were rightfully recognized and included in the UNESCO World Heritage List The intricate lake system of Plitvice Lakes comprises 16 main lakes along with numerous smaller ones. The finale of this mesmerizing system culminates in enchanting waterfalls that continue their course along the Korana River. These lake gardens, intricately connected by waterfalls and surrounded by mountain forests, undergo a constant transformation, presenting a majestic and ever-changing face depending on the season. Visitors to this natural wonder are consistently amazed and delighted by the breathtaking scenes it offers.

Plitvice Lakes