20/01/2022
To celebrate its 37th birthday, Krka National Park is treating visitors to free entry this weekend, and an emotional series of photographs called “People of the Krka”

On Saturday and Sunday, entrance into Krka National Park will be free of charge. Enjoy a walk through the idyllic winter landscape, and head to the Imperial Lookout overlooking the lavish cascades of Skradinski buk to view the first exhibit in the new series “People of the Krka”.

  10/12/2021
Krka National Park takes part in Adventurica again this year

At the eco-workshops for children, we together make creative Christmas ornaments and permanent mementos.

  30/11/2021
Krka's Advent calendar on Facebook

How well do you know the Krka? We ask, you answer, and the fastest win a prize!

  22/10/2021
Krka National Park joins in the Croatian Tourism Month campaign

In the final week of October, come and enjoy the autumn colours at Krka National Park at promotional prices.

  20/10/2021
Upcycling workshop at Krka National Park

Join us at one of our workshops, learn some new skills and make handicrafts to help the Šibenske Šape association.

  15/10/2021
Proud Keepers of the Krka: mysterious as a whole and in the details

Not a single one of Dalmatia’s four rivers has as many fortresses along its banks as the Krka: with numerous fortifications found along its entire course, from the source to the mouth.

  12/10/2021
Liquid emerald: a cocktail for the Krka, an emerald beauty

As part of the project “The art of service – waiters as stars” a new cocktail was presented today at Krka National Park.

  05/10/2021
The best swimmer of the terrestrial animals – the otter – has found a safe and stable home at Krka National Park

Due to the broad research conducted to date, and thanks to video surveillance and the detection of physical tracks, the presence of otter in the Park has been confirmed from Bilušića buk to Skradin.

  02/10/2021
4th Krka Half-marathon – proclaiming the winner

At the 4th Krka half-marathon, an international race through Krka National Park, runners were greeted in the Roman atmosphere of the Burnum amphitheatre.

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km bike route

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km of hiking trails

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