The new film about the natural history of Croatian rivers was aired recently made by Goran Šafarek.
Rivers of Croatia
Skradinski buk is the most impressive waterfall in Croatia. The highlight of the Krka National Park, it is a piece of heaven. However, scores of tourists trump its paths every summer, the time when the water is the scarcest.
Mrežnica is one of the most beautiful Croatian Rivers. It is famous for its tufa barriers that create waterfalls and slow, almost marsh parts in between. In autumn, it is magical. See the video:
Despite being known all over Europe for their unspoiled waters and natural wealth, the rivers of Croatia have still not received the recognition they deserve. The Mrežnica River is one of those net gems of Croatia, whose tufa cascades remain hidden deep in an inaccessible …
Canyoning on the Cetina River has become very popular in recent years, due to the striking nature and proximity to the Adriatic Coast. Put on your life jacket and helmets and jump into the refreshing waters of the Cetina River!
Croatia is blessed with beautiful, diverse and preserved rivers. Waterfalls are present on many of them, especially in the karst region.
There are many types of river sources, but one of the most beautiful is the limnocrene spring, also called the vaucluse type spring, named after Fontaine-de-Vaucluse in France. Colloquially is also called the lake source.
The Plitvice Lakes, a land of falling lakes with hundreds of waterfalls, are built by a „magical“ substance called tufa (could be called travertine, sedra in Croatian). OK, it is not magical, but the results are definitely like they came from a fairy tale.