Villas near Krka for rent

Villas near Krka for rent

Check out our villas near National Park Krka Waterfalls

Book villas near Krka with private pools, situated in the heart of Dalmatia, conveniently close to the Krka Waterfalls National Park and Sibenik town. Choose from our selection of luxurious villas, holiday homes with pools, and traditional Dalmatian stone houses for a great stay.

Featured villas near Krka

Villa Red Hacienda with Pool

Vodice (Šibenik), Croatia
14 guests
5 bedrooms
per night

Holiday Home La Verna with Pool

Skradin (Šibenik), Croatia
6 guests
3 bedrooms
per night

Holiday Home Adora with Pool

Skradin (Šibenik), Croatia
6 guests
2 bedrooms
per night

Luxury Villa Antoneta with Pool

Šibenik (Šibenik), Croatia
9 guests
4 bedrooms
per night

Villa La Boheme with Pool

Šibenik (Šibenik), Croatia
12 guests
6 bedrooms
per night

Krka Luxury Travel Guide

How to get to National Park Krka?

Krka National Park is located in Central Dalmatia, halfway from Split to Zadar, near Sibenik City and the small town of Skradin. That makes it easy to reach it by car from any place. A few miles from Skradin there is an exit on highway A1, which is the starting point for walking and boat tours to the entrance to Krka National Park. Also, the city of Sibenik is only half an hour away and it has frequent bus lines driving to Skradin and Lozovac (the eastern entrance to the park), which is one of the most visited entrances to the park. Another way to visit this beautiful park is by private transfer that our concierge service can organize.

Skradinski buk on Krka

Skradinski buk on Krka

Krka waterfalls

Krka National Park is the green oasis of Dalmatian karst. It includes the most beautiful course of the Krka River and the lower course of the Čikola River. The most famous part of Krka National Park is the Skradinski Buk which attracts millions of visitors every year. It has exceptional beauty. From here you can visit Visovac, Roški slap, and Torak (Cikola).

Roški slap consists of a 22.5-meter-high main waterfall, cascades, tufa islands, and backwaters. On an attractive Visovac island, there is a monastery from the 15th century and a church of the Mother of Mercy from the 16th century.

Kamicak hill on the left bank of the Krka River is considered to be the birthplace of the Croatian king Petar Svacic. In Oziđana pećina cave you can see the traces from the Stone Age. The cave is located in the Bogatici Miljevacki area and offers a view of the river. The best way to explore Krka National Park is by boat. There are various boat routes you can choose from.

Also, you will find a lot of bicycle and walking routes in Krka National Park so you can set your own pace on discovering this beautiful gem in the heart of Dalmatia. Our VIP Concierge Team is at your disposal to organize your trip and make the most of your visit to Krka National Park.

Krka Waterfalls

Krka Waterfalls

Krka Weather

The area of the Krka National Park is one of the sunniest areas in Croatia. The national park is open all year. In case you visit it during spring and summer you will enjoy the scents and greenery. If you visit it in winter and you are lucky enough, you will see it under the snow which sometimes surprises the visitors. The most comfortable temperatures are in spring and fall.

On Krka, you can feel Bura (the northern) and Jugo (the southern) wind.

Restaurants near National Park Krka

Pelegrini Restaurant in Sibenik

Pelegrini Restaurant in Sibenik

Near Krka National Park, you can find numerous restaurants. All of them prepare delicious homemade food that you will surely enjoy. Also, all of them have a large outdoor space so you can dine in pure nature.

In the area, we can recommend the following restaurants:

  • Restaurant Skala – situated in Skradin,
  • Konoba Vinko – situated in Lozovac,
  • Pelegrini – located in Sibenik which offers indigenous and unique experiences.

The wineries we wholeheartedly recommend are:

  • Winery Sladic in Plastovo near Skradin,
  • BIBICh Winery in Skradin, whose family wines are on the wine lists of the world's best restaurants.

This area also has a lot of small wineries and taverns that you should visit and enjoy the fruits of nature.

Wine tasting in Croatia

Wine tasting

Krka Events

Krka is a perfect weekend getaway for the whole family. In spring, during the Weekend Outdoors campaign, the prices are usually popular. On May 1 when it is International Labour’s Day, traditionally - entrance to Krka National Park is free.

Entrance to Skradinski buk is free of charge on Easter Monday, for pilgrims only. On August 2 and August 15, entrance is also free of charge for pilgrims.

Krka Cultural Summer

The sounds of the River began in 2011 as Evenings by the Krka, a musical event aimed at promoting the upstream locations of the "Krka" National Park. Admission to all concerts is always free.

In the beginning, the evenings were held at the Roška waterfall, but Park wanted to encourage visitors to discover the unknown Krka, which is hidden upstream from Skradinski buk. This significantly reduced the workload of the most famous and most visited waterfall.

Krka canyon

Krka canyon

Krka Half Marathon

The Krka Half Marathon is an international athletic race. Runners run throughout one of the most beautiful parts of Croatia near the magnificent natural phenomenon of the Krka River.

There are two races, a Half Marathon and a 5,5 km Fun Run that start at the same time, at the Center Puljani in the Krka National Park. The finish line in 2023 was set at the spectacular location of a Roman military camp, the Amphitheatre Burnum.

How to explore Krka?

If you opt for this national park, you will enjoy the vibrancy of the flora and fauna and the positive energy that only nature can provide. Here is the best place to master educational hiking trails and different cycling routes. In some parts of the park, hiking is the only way you can explore the area.

What makes it so special are the seven travertine waterfalls like Bilušića buk, Brljan, Manojlovački slap, Rošnjak, Miljacka, Roški slap, Skradinski buk, diverse and picturesque flora and fauna (numerous endemic and rare endangered species), over a hundred caves and pits. There are also spiritual centers such as the Franciscan monastery with the church of Our Lady of Mercy on the islet of Visovac and the monastery of St. Archangel in Carigradska Draga. You can also explore the remains of old Croatian fortifications from the 14th century and the remains of the Roman military camp Burnum.

Welcome to this green paradise!

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