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Croatia’s National Parks

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Croatia features eight national parks, spread out over the country’s continental areas, coastline, and offshore islands. While the water wonderland of Plitvice is the most famous, each park offers something worth exploring, from hiking, biking, and rock-climbing trails to dinosaur footprints, ancient ruins, massive caves, and more.
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Bijela Vodica 48, 51317, Crni Lug, Croatia
Tucked away in the mountainous region of Gorski Kotar between the Adriatic coast and continental Croatia, Risnjak National Park is named after the lynx (ris in Croatian) that roams its wooded wilderness. The park is also home to bears and wolves...
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Brijuni, Croatia
Northwest of Pula and just offshore from the seaside town of Fažana, this 14-island archipelago comprises vast meadows; forests of pine, holm oak, and laurel; rare flora like marine poppy and wild cucumber; and an ancient olive tree that’s...
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Croatia’s oldest and biggest national park, Plitvice is a four-season playground known for its pristine forests, stunning waterfalls, and dozens of turquoise lakes. To see it all, trek along the wooden pathways that twist through...
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[no name] 96, 53274, Krasno Polje, Croatia
The youngest of Croatia’s eight national parks, Northern Velebit features spellbinding landscapes full of unique plant species and wildlife. A hike up any one of the dozens of marked mountain trails ends in sweeping views of the Adriatic,...
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Starigrad, Croatia
Perched on the southern slopes of Velebit (Croatia’s largest mountain), Paklenica National Park is most renowned for its two canyons filled with otherworldly karsts. Also worth seeing here are Anića Kuk, Paklenica’s most popular...
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Ul. Butina 2, 22243, Murter, Croatia
Sailing through Kornati National Park—an archipelago of 89 islands, islets, and reefs—is one of Croatia’s most extraordinary experiences. Starting from Telašćica Nature Park on the southeast end of Dugi Otok island, the...
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Lozovac, Croatia
Located near the coastal city of Šibenik, Krka National Park is named for the river that runs through its lush forests and feeds its most famous site, Skradinski Buk—a huge, clear pool that starts and ends in waterfalls. The park is...
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Mljet, Croatia
A scenic ferry ride from Dubrovnik, the island of Mljet is home to pristine forests, olive groves, vineyards, ancient Greek artifacts, and one of Croatia’s most beautiful national parks. In the village of Pomena, rent a bike to cycle along...