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Nature parks in Dalmatia - do not miss the opportunity to visit them

Nature parks in Dalmatia - do not miss the opportunity to visit them

Explore Dalmatia and its stunning Nature parks!

By its preserved nature, Croatia is among the richest countries in Europe.
A nature park is actually a space of natural beauty in which human activities are allowed, but of course without disturbing the harmony of nature. Nature parks in Croatia represent a unique beauty that leaves everyone speechless.


Biokovo Nature Park or how Croats like to say “the mountain with roots in the sea and forehead in the lighting” is a unique area of the coastal Dynamic Alps in Croatia. It was declared as a nature park in 1981. The mountain is above Makarska with the highest peak “Sveti Jure” with its 1762 meters above the sea level.
Biokovo is the second highest mountain range in Croatia located along the Dalmatian coast of the Adriatic sea, between the rivers Cetina and Neretva. The stunning view of the sea is absolutely gorgeous from all the altitudes. Give yourself the opportunity to enjoy the exploration of all the benefits and beauty of this park.

The head of a curious capricorn peers up behind a rock with high grass behind


Telascica Bay is located in the central part of the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, in the southeastern part of the island of Dugi otok. This beautiful and exceptional bay, with its richness and significance, is surrounded by 13 islands and islets as well as 6 islets within the bay and it was proclaimed a nature park in 1988. It was named after the word "Tilagus" from the Middle Ages, because it looks like 3 connected lakes that overlap each other.

Out of the ocaen a green-decked cliff rises up in front of a hilly landscape


Lake Vrana is located in northern Dalmatia, northeast of Pakostane. It is the largest natural lake in Croatia. Vrana Lake Nature Park offers many forms of tourism, education and recreation. The specialty of this park is the richness of fish and the developed sport fishing tourism. It was declared a nature park in 1999 and in 2013 it was included in the list of protected wetlands.

You can also visit Vrana Lake Nature Park by bicycle, since the park has about 50km of bike trails. Vrana Lake is a true oasis of peace, so be sure not to miss the opportunity to visit it.

A flat lakeshore next to luminous green fields in front of a hill comb


Lastovo Islands is one of the youngest nature parks in Croatia, which was declared a nature park in 2006. A special feature of the Lastovo Islands is the mystical beauty, dense forests and fertile fields enriched with puddles, land and underwater caves and high coastal cliffs.

The Lastovo Islands are a group of 44 islands, islets and rocks. Lastovo is the ideal island for lovers of sailing, fishing, nature and traditional Croatian food, since Lastovo is famous for its lobster. You should definitely go to see this beauty of nature in live. It will be an unforgettable experience for the whole family.

Little fisherman‘s port with stone houses and a few boats in cristal clear sea

Jelena Maric

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