Skradinski buk waterfall is the seventh, final and longest tufa barrier on the Krka River and also the longest tufa barrier in Europe. It is one of the most unusual and beautiful landscapes in Krka National Park.

  • A 1900 m, one-way, circular, educational walking trail leads you around the waterfalls
  • The former watermills have been restored and serve to demonstrate the old trade
  • The remnants of Krka hydroelectric plant from 1895 are still visible, this was the frst to provide electrical energy to light up a city
  • Educational panels have been installed along the trail
  • There are two free toilets: one at the Lozovac entrance, and the second near the ethno village at Skradinski buk
  • There are two restaurants at Skradinski buk
  • There are souvenir shops in the ethno village at Skradinski buk
  • A tactile map of the Skradinski buk waterfall is located at the imperial lookout point at Skradinski buk
  • While in the Park, all dogs must be on a leash
  • From Skradinski buk, you can take one of the excursion boats towards Visovac Island, a twohour round trip, to Roški slap, a four-hour round trip, and to Torak, a one-hour round trip
  • Entrance ticket for Skradinski buk includes visit of all land localities in the Park in the same day
  • Swimming at Skradinski buk is not allowed
  • There are two entrances to Skradinski buk: Lozovac entrance and Skradin entrance







km bike route


km of hiking trails



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