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The Ultimate Guide to Croatia’s National Parks

Plitvice Lakes National Park (photo credit: Federica Gentile)

Plitvice Lakes National Park (photo credit: Federica Gentile)

People are flocking to the Dalmatian region from every corner of the globe and it isn’t just the country’s stunning coastline that’s attracting them. Over a third of Croatia’s surface area is covered by eight national parks and 11 nature parks dotted throughout the country…

The abundance of national parks, hiking trails and native flora and fauna attract nature lovers in the thousands to Croatia annually. If waterfalls, lush rainforest, incredible hiking trails, rare wildlife and impressive lakes take your fancy, you’re bound to fall in love with these breathtakingly beautiful National Parks.

Med Experience have put together this infographic, providing you with a visual guide to National Parks in Croatia. Whether you’re after a relaxed stroll through incredible landscapes or mountain climbing and exotic animal spotting for the more adventurous, there is a National Park to suit everyone’s expectations.

The Ultimate Guide To National Parks In Croatia

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