Lake Prukljan


Skradin, located in Northern Dalmatia, is one of the oldest Croatian cities, first mentioned under its current name in the 10th century. 

Its position at the very entrance to Krka National Park makes it one of the most important nautical destinations in the Adriatic and one of the most significant tourist destinations in Croatia. 

Four kilometres downstream from the town of Skradin you will find the Prukljan Lake, Croatia’s second largest lake.

The area is rich in nature and places to discover: in addition to Krka National Park – where Europe’s travertine waterfall system, “Skradinski buk”,  is located – you can explore Bribirska Glavica, an extremely important archeological site (also known as the Croatian Troy), and relish traditional dishes. 

Skradin is located about 15 km from Šibenik, where there are two international airports, and 75 km from Zadar. The city is also well connected by bus and by train to neighbouring countries and European cities.


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