Krka Waterfalls National Park & Trogir from Supetar and Bol
A breath-taking natural beauty and rich cultural heritage!
Krka National Park lies about 10 km inland from Šibenik in this part of Dalmatia. Named after the Krka River, the Park covers the area of just over 142 square km and includes two thirds of the river itself. The top attraction of the Park are its magnificent waterfalls, including the famous waterfall Skradinski Buk, which is one of Croatia’s most famous sights. This is the place where the beauty of the National Park stands out the most, through the eternal interaction of sun and water. After the sightseeing tour, there will be enough free time for lunch, strolling around the ethno village, walking, swimming or taking photos of the picturesque landscape. Trogir is the town included in the UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage List, built on the site of the ancient Greek settlement Tragurion. The town, surrounded by medieval walls, has many buildings that testify to its rich history, most notably the Cathedral with the famous portal of Master Radovan, the Town Loggia from the 15th century, the Town Hall, the Ćipiko Palace and Benedictine Monastery from the 11th century.
Hotel departure followed by:
07:15 Departure from Bol
08:45 Departure from Supetar harbour
09:30 Arrival in Split, boarding a vehicle and departure
11:00 Arrival at National Park Krka. Sightseeing and free time
15:30 Departure from National Park Krka
16:30 Arrival in Trogir. Sightseeing and free time
18:00 Departure from Trogir
19:00 Arrival in Split, boarding a vessel and departure
19:30 Arrival to Supetar and transfer to hotels in Supetar & Bol
- Light sportswear and swimwear recommended