Krka & Sibenik Tour – Lovely day trip from Split
Krka & Sibenik Tour offers a good combination of natural and cultural heritage.
- Visit St. James Cathedral in Sibenik, the famous UNESCO site
- Discover natural beauties of Skradinski Buk in Krka NP
- Take a swim under the waterfalls
- Friendly & professional english guide
Departure time08:00 am
Duration9 hours, 30 minutes
Meeting pointSplit city center in front of the agency (Obala Kneza Domagoja 1)
|08:00||Departure from Split|
|10:30 - 11:30||Sightseeing of Sibenik|
|12:00 - 13:30||Sightseeing of the National park Krka and Ethno Village|
|14:00 - 16:00||Free time for lunch, swimming and photographing|
|17:00 - 17:30||Return to Split|
- English-speaking guide
- Entrance fees to the Krka National Park and St. James Cathedral
Bring comfortable shoes & camera
Additional Tour Info
This tour is a perfect combination of historical and natural must see beauties in Croatia. The first stop on the tour is the beautiful city of Šibenik. This is the first city in Dalmatia founded by Croatians. A short pleasant walking tour of the old part of the city will include the visit to the world famous St. James Cathedral. Enjoy exploring this UNESCO Heritage site while listening to the commentary of your professional and friendly guide who will explain to you why this true work of art forms part of the UNESCO World Heritage List. You will be truly amazed by all the unique architectural solutions and sculptural beauties of this building.
After Šibenik, the tour continues through the karst the Šibenik-Knin County hinterland until you reach Skradinski Buk, the prettiest and most relaxing part of the Krka Waterfalls National Park. Here, in this relaxing natural environment, your guide will take you on a pleasant stroll around the wooden paths that cover approximately 0,75 miles. Skradinski Buk is a natural home to more than 1000 herbal and 300 animal species. Apart from that, it also hosts 17 beautiful waterfalls of the Krka River that cascades over natural barriers. The nearby cluster of mill cottages are definitely worth seeing; enter the workshops to learn about the traditional life in this area and check out the souvenir shop for some memorable souvenirs to take home. Don’t forget to enter the hundred years old mill which is still in function!
You will also have enough free time to explore the area on your own and, perhaps, jump into the river to refresh in the chilly waters of the Krka River. Swim really close to one of the waterfalls and get in touch with your wild side. If you don't like this idea, take a walk through the area, find your own special place to sit and relay your body and mind, far away from the noise of the city life.
- City of Split
- Krka National Park