Paklenica & Plitvice National Park
The string of lakes in Plitvice present some of the most staggering scenery in Croatia. Hemmed in by densely forested hills, the bright turquoise waters form a series of waterfalls cascading through a unique limestone landscape. We hike the numerous trails, experiencing the lakes, caves and waterfalls of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Paklenica is our base for three nights. Located on the southern slopes of the Velabit Mountains and inhabited since pre-historic times, the park remains a relatively untouched wilderness.
We follow footpaths that start in the national park, passing rural villages and then embrace the higgledy-piggledy coastline. We punctuate our walk with various stops to admire the views along the way including the jewel-like islands of the Adriatic, and have the option to finish the day with a swim in the clear warm sea.
Trogir is one of the oldest and most exciting cities on the Croatian side of Adriatic coast. With over 2000 years of tradition, the city is rich in culture which has developed under the influence of the Greeks, Romans and Venetians. Trogir is blessed with a concentration of palaces, churches, towers and a fortress which have earned the town the nickname, “The Stone Beauty”. With its rich heritage, UNESCO acknowledged Trogir as a World Heritage Site.
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