Croatia has eight national parks. Their total area is 994 km²; 759 km² of land and 235 km² of water. The most popular Croatian National Parks are Plitvice Lakes, followed by Krka, Brijuni and Paklenica.
Croatia has more than a thousand islands. All of them are situated along the Croatian coast of the Adriatic Sea. Some of the islands are larger and inhabited, while others are smaller and deserted. Croatian Islands are popular destination for our visitors. From Trogir, we offer trips to the Island of Drvenik and Solta and to the Island of Hvar and Vis by speed boat.
Croatia has several of its important sites on Unesco’s World Heritage List. From Trogir, we offer daily trips to the Old city of Dubrovnik, known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, but also trips to the neighbouring Bosnia, to Mostar, with its old bridge and Medjugorje, a religious tourist resort attracting Catholics worldwide.
Cetina river is 104km long. Water from the Cetina river flows to the power station by the sea near Split. Water, which is regularly let out to the natural canyon, is a great place for summer rafting. Cetina has a deep and beautiful canyon. Through our trips, Rafting and Canyoning, you can enjoy this beautiful landscape and have lots of fun!!!