Main features of Krka National Park are travertine barriers and waterfalls of the Krka River. It is the largest travertine barrier complex in Europe. The most famous waterfall on the river, Skradinski buk, can be reached by boat. It is 46 metres high and consists of six cascades. The waterfall is particularly attractive in the spring and autumn, i.e. rainy season.
The park is intersected with numerous hiking trails that wind through deep forests and across wooden bridges in immediate vicinity of the famous waterfalls.
Visitors can bathe in the fresh waters under the waterfalls during the summer months. A safe zone on the river has been designed especially for bathing. A reconstruction of a traditional Dalmatian village on the river bank with old watermills, a typical home furnished with traditional items, and an exhibition of old trades are particularly interesting.
If you decide to sail upstream, you will reach the most famous Franciscan monastery in Croatia, located on the Islet of Visovac, which is known as place of pilgrimage and religious tourism.