At your place: Villa, Hotel, Apartment
The Zadar to Split transfer starts around 8:30 AM when you meet your designated driver at the wanted location.
Start your day relaxed while you are driving in an air-conditioned vehicle towards Krka national park. Your English speaking driver will explain the tour highlights to you and answer any questions you may have.
The first stop is the Krka national park, named after the river Krka. This stunning park has 7 waterfalls, numerous walking trails, and viewpoints. Swimming is also allowed, but only in the designated areas.
The most famous attractions are Skradinski Buk and Roški slap.
Skradinski Buk is a pool with a set of gorgeous waterfalls and cascades. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful calcium carbonate waterfalls in Europe. You do not want to miss that!
What is particularly interesting is that there is a little island called Visovac inside of the park. On that island, you can find a monastery founded by the Franciscans. It is accessible by a short boat ride from the Skradinski Buk area.
Following river Krka, you will arrive at the town of Šibenik. Šibenik is the oldest native Croatian town on the coast and a place where river Krka flows into the Adriatic sea. If needed, a local guide can help you explore and better understand the town’s rich history.
The most recognizable building in the town is the Cathedral of St. James. It took almost 100 years to complete, which resulted in a variety of styles. The cathedral is listed as UNESCO’s World Heritage Site and is an architectural masterpiece.
Next on the list of attractions is the Old Town Hall. It served as a place for making big political decisions, important business and even as a temporary detention house.
At one point, Šibenik had 5 fortresses that protected the town. St. John’s fortress is the one that stands out the most. It was constructed in just 6 weeks because the residents were fearful of Turkish invaders. Today these fortresses are equipped with modern technology that enables better experience to visitors.
Previously mentioned cathedral and fortress appeared in the popular series Game of thrones.
What a better way to end this Krka and Šibenik tour than with a glass of high-quality wine and traditional peka meal.
Peka is a tasty dish, with meat and vegetables, that is prepared underneath a bell-shaped dome lid covered with hot coal.
If you are a wine enthusiast, conclude your gastronomical experience in Šibenik by sampling some locally produced wines.
As the end approaches enjoy your scenic ride.
The driver will take you to the previously set location and your Zadar to Split transfer is done.
Please keep in mind that the order of the sights depends on which direction you are starting your transfer Zadar to Split via Krka tour!
From pickup to drop off, our transfers and tours have flexible itinerary to make the most of your time, needs and wishes. Whether you are a family with small children or a group of friends ready for an adventure, our professional driver / tour guide will adjust the itinerary to offer you the best possible experience according to your preferences.
Suggested itinerary for Transfer Zadar to Split via Krka tour
08:30 Pick up in Zadar
08:30 – 09:30 Drive from Zadar to Krka
09:30 -12:00 Sightseeing of Krka
12:30 -14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:30 Sightseeing of Sibenik
15:30 – 16:30 Drive from Sibenik to Split
Any private expenses
Entrance tickets for National Park Krka
Private local guide in Sibenik – 80€
Wine tasting (3 wines) – 15€ per person
Wine tasting (5 wines and snacks) – 20€ per person
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