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Northern Velebit National Park

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  • 10+ km
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  • 2 hours

The karst phenomena

Northern Velebit National Park
Some restaurants with local cuisine in village of Krasno

Northern Velebit national park is Croatian national park, declared on 9 June 1999.
The diversity of karst phenomena and flora and fauna are just part of a special picture of nature as a whole. Inside the park there are special reserves Bijele Stijene and Samarske Stijene, Luke Cave – one of the deepest in the world (discovered in 1999), a botanical reserve “Snowdrops” by the endemic plant Croatian sibirea, and forest reserve Borov Vrh, botanical reserve Zavizan Balinovac-large piece of the famous Velebit Botanical Garden. The park is crisscrossed with numerous hiking trails, such as the famous Premuzic trail.

Opening hours

every day 7:00-24:00

How to get there

Highway Zagreb- Split, exit Otocac and continue to Krasno direction 20 km