Positioned in central Dalmatia, it is located downstream from Knin, a few kilometers northeast of Šibenik. The Krka National Park unites the area around the Krka River, which rises at the foot of the magnificent Dinara mountain near the town of Knin, flows through a 75 km long canyon, flows into Lake Prokljan and finally flows into the Gulf of Šibenik. It covers an area of 109 square kilometers, and 25.6 square kilometers is water surface. The Krka River with its 7 travertine waterfalls and their beauty represent a natural karst phenomenon. The lower course of the Čikola River also belongs to the national park. In the national park, visitors can experience and feel the traditions of the former inhabitants of this wonderful region. The roar of the waterfalls and the beautiful autochthonous old architecture leave every visitor thinking about the passing of time but also the power of primeval nature. We single out spring or summer as ideal seasons for visiting the Krka National Park. Taxi Pio transfer with reservation, will take you on an adventure of discovering medieval forts, the Ključica fort, as well as the Nečven and Trošenj forts, which are located on the very edge of the river canyon. You can visit Krka National Park, as well as other national parks in Croatia, by filling out the online reservation form. Of course, it goes without saying that we can accommodate you, and if you need any other transfer, regardless of whether we drove you and you need us, we can transport you according to your order.
In order for us to adapt as much as possible to your needs, please fill out the online form . The form must be filled out at least 24 hours before the requested service. After receiving your order or wish, our administrator will inform you about all the details.
The Jaruga Hydroelectric Power Plant, located below the Skradinski Buk waterfall, is the second oldest alternating current hydroelectric power plant in the world and the first in Europe. It was built on the 28th. August, far back in 1895. If it had been put into operation just three days earlier, it would have been the first built hydroelectric plant in the world. The world’s first alternating hydroelectric power plant was built at Niagara Falls.