The landscapes of Brijuni, Telašćica, Kornati Islands, Vransko Lake, Krka Falls, Lastovo Islands and Mljet are extremely impressive and well worth visiting.
Nearly every seafarer who sails any distance along the Croatian coast will either sail into or in the immediate vicinity of the waters of a national or nature park. From the north to the south are the national parks of Brijuni, Kornati, Krka and Mljet, and the nature parks of Telašćica and the Lastovo Islands. Their beauty, rich history and natural wonders attract many sailors.You can sail freely in all of them, except the Brijuni National Park, and you can approach the Krka National Park up to Skradin or you can sail the Krka River upstream to the Skradin Bridge. In the Brijuni National Park, it is possible to sail into the harbors of Veliki Brijun and Sveti Nikola on Mali Brijun, where you can moor your vessel. The mooring fee at the Brijuni National Park includes the daily entrance fee for a specific number of crew members, depending on the length of the vessel. In the national parks of Kornati and Mljet, as well as the nature parks of Telašćica and the Lastovo, there is an entrance fee for vessels. It can be paid at the parks, in advance online at www.parkovihrvatske.hr or at authorized travel agencies. Tickets purchased this way are somewhat less expensive. Entrance tickets can be purchased for one, three or seven days, and can be used for several parks.