Plitvice Lakes National Park

Plitvicka Jezera (Plitvice Lakes) is Croatia’s well known national park. Plitvice Lakes are also listed in UNESCO’s Register of World Natural Heritage. Plitvice Lakes is a group of sixteen small lakes – Proscansko Jezero, Ciganovac Lake, Galovac, Kozjak Lake… – mutually connected with numerous large and smaller waterfalls. Plitvice waterfalls are created by deposition of travertine – a kind of limestone that created this unique and attractive wonder of nature.


Plitvice National Park is the area surrounded by dense forests of beech, fir and spruce, watered by various springs of the Korana River. Plitvice National Park is decorated with several caves and flower meadows too. Brown bear found, among other animal species, their home in Plitvice Lakes too.

Area of Plitvice Lakes is paradise for walkers and hikers as well as nature lovers. Lakes are lovely and cool in summer, icy and calm in winter, yellow and ochre in autumn, green and fresh in spring – any time of the year it is a privilege to be around those lakes! Plitvice Park is conveniently located near the main road that connects Zagreb and Croatia Adriatic Coast. It is easily accessible by public transport as well as by bicycle, from Karlovac, Zagreb or Split. Due to its popularity among Croatian as well as other visitors, there are various accommodations available in and around Plitvice Lakes including several nearby campsites. Read about getting to Plitvice

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