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In the Adriatic Sea of northern Dalmatia, more precisely in the area of Šibenik-Knin and Zadar counties, there is a natural paradise, an island group of the National Park Kornati. The Kornati National Park covers an area of 216km2 and consists of a total of 89 islands and islets, which are divided into two groups: Upper Kornati and Lower Kornati. Kornati was proclaimed a national park in 1980. and include the Piškera Island Range, the Kornati Island Range, and the southeastern part of the Dugi Otok island.
The Krka National Park is located in the Šibenik-Knin County and is part of the Krka River stream. The Krka extends from its source at the foot of the Dinara Mountain 3km northeast of Knin, to its mouth at the Adriatic Sea, 72.5km long. Krka was proclaimed a national park in 1985., and 1997. have been revised park boundaries. Today, the Krka National Park extends for 50 kilometers, two kilometers downstream from Knin to the town of Skradin, covering the estuary and 3.5km of the Čikola River. The natural phenomenon of Krka National Park is seven travertine waterfalls with a total fall of 224m.
Vrana Lake is the largest natural lake in Croatia, located right by the sea partly in Šibenik-Knin and partly in Zadar County, more precisely from Pirovac to Pakostane. The Nature Park Vrana Lake, with its entire surface of 57km2, extends parallel to the seashore, in some places only a kilometer away from the seashore, making it a unique natural phenomenon. Vrana Lake in 1999. due to its exceptional biological values proclaimed a nature park.