Croatia has 8 national parks and 11 natural parks, all of them of great beauty. If you like nature, Croatia is your next destination to enjoy a magnificent holiday.

The National Parks are:

Brijuni

Located in the Istria region, it is composed of two large and twelve small islands. The islands, of great Roman and Byzantine cultural heritage, are full of Mediterranean vegetation.

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Kornati

Located in the Dalmatia – Šibenik region, it consists of 140 islands, islets and uninhabited rocks. Famous for its cliffs.

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Krka

Located in the Dalmatia – Šibenik region, the park is named after the river that runs through it. It is famous for its seven waterfalls. Its monuments, the Franciscan monastery, the Krka Orthodox monastery and several old mills stand out.

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Plitvice Lakes

Located in the region of Lika – Karlovac, the best known in the country, is composed of 16 lakes connected to each other by waterfalls.

It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Mljet

Located in the Dalmatia – Dubrovnik region, it has two bays connected by a narrow corridor forming the Great Lake and the Small Lake. The Benedictine monastery of the 12th century and the church of St. Mary stand out.

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Paklenica

Located in the Dalmatia-Zadar region, it is known for its two gorges, Velika and Mala Paklenica, as well as for its rich flora and fauna.

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Risnjak

Located in the Kvarner region, the beauty of its mountains, forests and karst landscape is known. The Risnjak peak, the viewpoints and the rich fauna with lynxes and bears stand out.

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Velebit Septentrional

Located in the region of Lika – Karlovac. The karst forms of Rozanski Kuk and Hajducki and the Lukina Jama cave stand out.

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The Natural Parks are:

Biokovo

Located in the Dalmatia – Split region, it offers beautiful trails.

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Lastovo archipelago

Located in the Dalmatia – Dubrovnik region, these islands away from the mainland offer beautiful bays, coves and lighthouses, some of them used as accommodation for tourists.

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Kopačkirit

Located in the Slavonia region, it is one of the largest natural swamps in Europe, with herds of wild boars and deer and more than 300 species of birds.

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Lonjsko polje

Located in the region of Central Croatia, with a large swamp, oak forests and more than 250 species of birds, also known as storks.

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Medvednica

Located in the Central Croatia region, it is covered with beech, oak, fir and chestnut forests. It has a cable car that leads from the city to the highest peak. Highlights include the medieval town of Medvedgrad.

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Papuk

Located in the Slavonia region, with fir, beech and oak forests; and where the Jankovac waterfall stands out.

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Telašćica

Located in the Dalmatia –Zadar region, with its deep Telašćica bay, impressive cliffs and the Mir, a small salt lake.

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Učka

Located in the Kvarner region, the limestone rocks in Vrana and the Ucka peaks stand out.

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Velebit

Located in the region of Dalmatia –Šibenik, Dalmatia – Zadar and Lika – Karlovac, it is the largest mountain in the country, with great wealth of flora and fauna.

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Vranskojerezo

Located in the region of Dalmatia – Šibenik and Dalmatia – Zadar, it has the largest lake in Croatia, with brackish water.

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Žumberak

Located in the region of Central Croatia, deep canyons, vineyards and picturesque villages stand out.

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