Šibenik (Croatian: Šibenik, Italian: Sebenico) is a historic port city in southeastern Croatia. On the Adriatic Sea, where the Krka River enters the sea, it is located in central Dalmatia, about 40 kilometers southeast of Split Port. Sibenik is the political, educational, transportation, industrial and tourist center of Sibenik-Knin County.
The scenery is beautiful, there are magnificent waterfalls here
The landscape of Colca National Park is roughly similar to Lake 16, with abundant water currents, dense forests, and dead trees and branches in the water. There is a wooden plank road in the scenic area. Walking along the plank road, there are many large and small waterfalls along the way. Next to the big waterfall, there are many people swimming and sunbathing, and the scenery is very good. Self-driving cars are generally not allowed to enter the park, but there is about four kilometers from the park gate to the scenic area. Communication with the park staff at the gate entrance will generally agree to drive in the car, but will not allow parking in it
I just concluded that Croatia is said to be an ancient city + sea everywhere, and entering the mountains to the north is immediately different. Staying in the national park known as Jiuzhaigou in Croatia for the past two days is really five steps, one lake, ten steps and one waterfall, and every step is beautiful. The planning of the entire national park is also very good. Many wooden steps are built by picking up waterfalls. The waterfall water flows under the feet, which feels too luxurious. Yesterday afternoon and this morning were cloudy. The hike was very comfortable. The water color can only be slightly inferior.