The Krka National Park covers the flow of the Krka River and the lower flow of the Čikola River.
The Krka National Park covers the area of 109 km² of the most beautiful river Krka and the lower flow of the Čikola River. The National Park is a spacious, predominantly unchanged area of exceptional and multifaceted natural values. The sunken part of the Krka River is about 72.5 km long and the length of the 22 rivers in Croatia. It rises at the foot of the Dinara mountain, 3.5 km northeast of Knin. With seven sedrenic waterfalls and a total fall of 224 m, Krka is a natural and karst phenomenon. The sloping waterfalls of the Krka River are the fundamental phenomenon of this river.
The river Krka runs to the foot of Dinara. The Krka National Park can be visited throughout the year. Most visitors visit Skradinski Buk, the most popular place within the national park, with the National Park Krka having to offer many interesting places with beautiful nature.
In the middle of the river Krka, after its painful defeat, there is an islet and an ancient monastery - Visovac. Visovac is located on Visovac Lake. From 1445 on it there is the Franciscan monastery of Mother of Mercy and the Church of Our Lady Visovac.