Discover a different way of getting to know the country through its rivers. Gaze at Trakošćan from the lake beneath the castle or at Ozalj and Dubovac while rowing on the River Kupa, at the mills of Radmanove Mlinice on the River Cetina or at the island of Visovac with a monastery that sits uniquely in the middle of the lake formed by the River Krka.Traditional Croatian canoes are called “trupice” and are still used today as they used to hundreds of years ago in the Neretva Delta. Canoeing has been a tradition in Croatia for centuries but it will need very little time to conquer you.
Find your own way to undiscovered sights from rivers like the Dobra, Mrežnica, Una, Kupa, and Korana in the north and the Cetina or Zrmanja that sit in the middle of national parks in the south. Live exciting fluvial adventures or navigate through the calm waters of the Adriatic Sea and let your feelings guide you in expeditions across beautiful islands such as Trogir, included in the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites, Šolta Island, Brač Island or any of the other 66 islands, 652 islets, 389 rock and 78 reefs.