Skradin is a picturesque town. Situated at the doorstep of the Krka River National Park in Croatia. Just 80 kilometers from Split. This magical place is where the river joins the Adriatic Sea. Also somehow hidden in the Krka River estuary. While on the very edge of the national park entrance. It is a pretty little riverside town. With a combination of brightly painted and bare stone houses on its main street and a ruined fortress towering above. One of the oldest Croatian settlement with the “town“ status. While its hydroelectric power plant was the first in Europe, built in 1895. Probably at the same time as the famous power plant at Niagara Falls. Since beautiful nature and World Heritage sites like Zadar, Sibenik, Trogir and Split, surround Skradin. Finally making it a great setting for an activity holiday.
Skradin is a magical place
Combining outdoor activities, nature and culture you create great long lasting memories. There are bicycle trails, about 3 km in length, leading from the Skradin Bridge to Skradinski buk waterfall. Located on the waterfront, Skradin offer a different range of water activity, such as sea kayaking, SUP (stand up paddling), snorkeling and swimming. The town has a couple of family-run hotels, restaurants, pubs and wineries, a beach and marina. All in a friendly atmosphere. We use the hotel Skradinski Buk, only a few minutes away from the dock, as a base for our week long activity holidays. The rooms have air condition, free WiFi and en suite bathroom. Furthermore you can relax and enjoy the Dalmatian atmosphere on the hotel terrace. In addition to great food specialties.