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Nature Park Vransko jezero

"Bijele i samarske stijene3" by Croq - Vlastito djelo postavljača. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.
Nature Park Vransko jezero
  • (worth a trip)
  • 1-2 km
  • Easy
  • Low
  • 2 hours
  • 3 3

Share +1 Tweet Share PinShares 0 Nature Park Vransko jezero (Vransko Lake) is the largest natural lake in Croatia. This lake is actually karst field filled with water and a [...]

Kralja Petra Svacica 2, 23 510 Biograd
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Nature Park Vransko jezero (Vransko Lake) is the largest natural lake in Croatia. This lake is actually karst field filled with water and a rare example of cryptodepressions. The park has so far recorded about 235 species of birds, of which 102 are nesting birds (mainly waterfowl), while other birds are resting on lake during migration or wintering. According to estimates, on an autumn day there can be found between 20,000 and 200,000 birds. A special feature of the park is a wealth of fish and developed sport fishing tourism. The ornithological reserve is almost untouched natural habitat of water birds, rare wetland systems, high biodiversity, and outstanding scientific and ecological value.

Vransko Jezero is the largest Park of Nature in Croatia. It is filled with animal life, birds and fish in particularly. The nature itself is intact and simply breathtaking. The Park also has historical monuments and many tails to tell. Fresh and clean water are not the only thing this place has to offer. With rich flora and fauna, the lake is a green oasis which people can enjoy. Especially bird lovers and fishing enthusiasts. Bird ringing camp is just one of the programs you can expect to find there. Sports fishing is allowed, and many competitions were held there. The Vrana Lake is a great way to spend your leisure time, of course if peace and quiet is your thing. 

Opening hours

During daylight

How to get there

Highway Zagreb- Rijeka, exit Rijeka and continue along the expressway in the direction of Ucka Tunnel (Pula, Porec etc.) and take the exit Veprinac. From there continue along the regional road that leads to the park.

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