Krka is the seventh national park in Croatia. It is known for its numerous lakes and waterfalls. It was named after the river Krka, which is also a part of the park. The national park is situated in central Dalmatia, downstream of Miljevci and only several kilometres southeast from Šibenik.
On our way to the national park, we will pass through several Dalmatian villages on the mouth of the river.
Zaton is a typical Dalmatian town, surrounded by hills, made of old and new stone houses. It was built on the very edge of a bay that bears the same name. This channel is connected to the Šibenik Channel by the brackish Lake Prokljan. The bay is surrounded by several hills: Rastovac, Križeva glava and Glavica.
We will continue to the town of Raslina
. Raslina is situated on the west coast of Lake Prokljan and it i a tourist destination popular for its seafood and quality wines.
We will reach Skradin following the macadam roads and white trails through the beautiful Dalmatian karst. The town of Skradin, situated approx. 15 km from Šibenik, is one of the oldest Croatian towns. Its history dates from the Illyrian era, but it was named only when this area fell under the Roman rule. On the remains of the Illyrian settlement, a town of Scardona was founded, an important junction, a commercial and administrative centre.