National park Plitvice Lakes

Plitvice Lakes are the oldest and the largest national park of the Republic of Croatia. The park is located in the Croatian mountain range, between the mountain range of the Small Chapel in the west and the northwest and Lička Plješivica in the southeast.
With its exceptional natural beauty, this area has always attracted nature lovers, so it was proclaimed the first national park in Croatia on April 8, 1949. The indulgence process, which creates curved barriers and creates lakes, represents a unique universal value
The lake system consists of 16 named and several smaller, cascade-sized lakes. Because of the geological substrate and the characteristic hydrogeological conditions, the lake system is divided into Upper and Lower Lakes. Prošćansko jezero, Ciginovac, Okrug, Batinovac, Veliki jezero, Little lake, Vir, Galovac, Milino lake, Gradinsko jezero, Burgeti and Kozjak are twelve lakes that make up the Gornja jezera, formed on the leaky dolomites. The upper lakes are more spacious, indented and lighter coasts than the Lower Lakes. The lower lakes, which comprise lakes Milanovac, Gavanovac, Kaluđerovac and Novaković Brod, were formed in a permeable limestone base cut into the narrow canyon of steep slopes. The lakes end with imposing waterfalls at the Suburbs, at the foot of which begins the flow of the Korana River.
The Plitvice Lakes National Park offers visitors eight lakeside tour programs, four hiking trails, and is open to visitors all year round and is located at 1.5 hour drive from Camping Ugljan Resorta


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