People of the Krka – a series of photographs initiated by Krka National Park

The Krka connects generations through time: We have fulfilled the wish of visitor Mirna Koloper by giving her an old photograph of her grandmother that she noticed was part of an exhibit of photographs entitled “Women of the Krka”. The photograph was given to her at Roški slap by Nella Slavica, director of the Public Institute of Krka National Park.

Build Back Biodiversity

22 May is World Biodiversity Day and Nature Conservation Day in Croatia

Workshop on development of the programme to monitor the conservation status of freshwater fish

“Development of a system to monitor the conservation system of species and habitat types” is a project implemented by the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, and a recent workshop gathered numerous participants at Krka Eco Campus

Public forum held at Krka NP – the synergy of nature conservation, cultural heritage, and tourism in destination development; the development of the northern part of the Park will bring direct benefits to the local community

“We are exceptionally pleased by the synergy of included stakeholders, as in the future this will result in even better solutions for the development of the northern part of the Park, secure a future for young people, attract numerous visitors, and bring direct benefits to the local community,” stated Nella Slavica, director of the Public Institute of Krka NP at the public forum

Record high water levels recorded at Skradinski buk waterfall – 254 cm!

“Due to heavy rainfall and the massive amounts of water spilling out onto the trails, our most visited locations, Skradinski buk and Roški slap waterfalls, are currently closed to the public. We apologise for this inconvenience; however, safety is paramount,” stated Nella Slavica, director of the Public Institute of Krka National Park.

Don't miss the second H2LO Festival – take part in the interesting programme

This festival celebrates the anniversary of 12 May 1879, when drinking water flowed the first time from the public Rodićevac water pipe on Šibenik’s Mala Loža square

Krka National Park invites all to participate in a public forum

A public forum entitled “Krka National Park – synergy between protecting natural and cultural heritage and tourism to drive destination development” will be held at 11 am on Thursday, 18 May at the Krka Eco Campus in Puljane

Burnum visits Bonn

Archaeologists of Krka National Park presented the findings of Burnum at a scientific archaeology conference in Bonn

Members of Šibenik FC on a boat excursion to the Torak Lake spring

Getting to know the Krka from the water perspective






km bike route


km of hiking trails



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