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Lika - Karlovac, Croatia

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With its rivers, springs, mountains, woods, untouched forests, lakes, pools, gorges and caves, the inland region of Lika-Karlovac has  Croatia’s highest concentration of national and natural parks. 

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Karlovac

Karlovac is located on the crossroad which connects inner Croatia with the Adriatic Sea making it an ideal destination to visit when travelling between Zagreb (55km away) and the Adriatic Coastline.

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Otočac

Otočac can be found at the foot of the Velebit Mountain by the Plitvice Lakes. Enjoy abundant outdoor activities and the fresh mountain air.

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Plitvice Lakes NP

Plitvice Lakes is one of the most beautiful Croatian National Parks. Listed as amongst the first natural sites worldwide on the UNESCO World Heritage register.

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Slunj

A town in the mountainous part of Central Croatia located between Karlovac and Plitvice Lakes National Park.

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Vražji Prolaz

Vražji prolaz is a 800m long canyon. The path leads across bridges and stairs, through the narrow gorge, about two metres wide, and squeezed between one hundred metre high rocks.

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Prizna

Prizna is a small port village in Croatia.

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Kupa River

The upper stream of the river Kupa, rushing from the heart of Gorski Kotar to create the border between Croatia and Slovenia, is the trout heaven and one of the best fly fishing destinations.

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Northern Velebit

A protected area since 1999, and one of Croatia's newest national parks, the wilderness of Northern Velebit is a mountain-trekker's paradise.

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Rastoke

Rastoke is the historic centre of the Croatian municipality of Slunj, known for the Slunjčica River, which flows into the River Korana at Rastoke. At Rastoke, similar natural phenomena are ...Read More