You’ll spy manmade and natural treasures on this tour, which encompasses both the waterfall-splashed countryside and the old world town of Zadar. The day starts with a scenic drive to Krka National Park. A 2-hour visit will give you plenty of time to explore at your own speed. Skradinski Buk is one of the must-sees. It’s a voluminous pool of steps and ledges that create waterfalls and cascades. The largest of the lot plunges down a 45-metre drop. You’ll also have the chance to drop by one of the old watermills and the pocket-sized ethnographic museum. Afterwards, we’ll head back to Zadar, one of the oldest towns on the Dalmatian Coast. A walking tour of the walled Old City will lead you around a jumble of Croatian monuments, the imposing Church of St Donatus, a 14th-century university, and Venetian-style buildings with terracotta roofs. A visit to the Museum of Antique Glass is included, which houses over 2,000 ancient artefacts.
The drive to Krka takes about 90 minutes and there are steps at the waterfalls and throughout the tour. A snack box is included in the tour price, too.
- SUITABILITY Large amount of physical activity.