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Croatie : parcs et nature

Les meilleures recommandations des habitants en matière de sites naturels

“de beaux lacs et chutes, une belle nature, la baignade est autorisée dans un des lacs”
  • Recommandé par 342 habitants
“excursions en 4x4, randonnées, escalades, une nature préservée et des vues imprenables...”
  • Recommandé par 127 habitants
“Parc National de Kornati. Avec ses centaines d'îles et îlots, Kornati reste le plus beau parc national de la côte. Dauphins à voir. Excursions en bateau depuis Murter.”
  • Recommandé par 150 habitants
Monument / Point de repère
“This is a superb spot to peacefully watch the sun go down to the mesmerising tones of Zadar's most popular attraction.”
  • Recommandé par 122 habitants
“Marjan, the hill that overlooks the city has always been the most impressive part of Split imagery. Such a harmony betwwen natural and urban is rarely found; on one side the densely populated city in all of its glory and on the other a peninsula of almost pristine nature. Marjan offers to its visitors peace and tranquility, recreation and entertainment with natural pathways and trim-trails. Marjan is the place from which Split can be seen in all its glory, but you can also experience entirely different side of this densely populated and tourism oriented city.”
  • Recommandé par 194 habitants
“This beautiful national park consists of 14 islands and is a unique combination of nature and history and home to about 250 different bird species and 700 plant species.”
  • Recommandé par 148 habitants
“Riva today is a pedestrian heaven, thrusting with Cafés and restaurants, an ideal place for having your morning or afternoon coffee, or for an evening out with friends over drinks.”
  • Recommandé par 137 habitants
Autres grands espaces
“Cap Kamenjak is a peninsula with a 30km coastline and many different beaches where everyone can find something they like. The coast of the Kamenjak peninsula is incredibly rugged and offers many places to swim, high water jump, etc. Kamenjak is the most intimate corner of the Mediterranean with scenes of environmental exclusivity, untouched nature, encounters with the last habitats of plant and animal species on the planet, idyllic beaches as well as a wild coastline, shade of the pine trees, crystal clear water, perhaps an encounter with the Mediterranean monk seal or a discovery of dinosaur footprints.”
  • Recommandé par 186 habitants
“Tivoli Park is Ljubljana's largest and most beautiful park, stretching right into the city centre. It was designed in 1813 by the French engineer Jean Blanchard and created by joining together the parks which had surrounded Podturn and Cekin Mansions. The park, covering an area of approximately five square kilometres, is crossed by three grand horse chestnut tree-lined walks and landscaped with ornamental flower beds, interesting trees and numerous statues and fountains. The park area blends into the slopes of the Rožnik hill, to which it is connected by several walking paths and a trim trail with several exercise stations along its length.”
  • Recommandé par 107 habitants
“Take the cable car up to Mt Srđ for stunning views of the City, Lokrum and Elafiti Islands.”
  • Recommandé par 83 habitants
“One of the biggest parks in Zagreb. Has four lakes, cafes, restaurant and a zoo. Beautifull place to jog, read, walk, sit, spend the afternoon.”
  • Recommandé par 141 habitants
“The most famous Croatian national park, Plitvice Lakes National Park was added to the UNESCO World Heritage register in 1979. The national park is world-famous for its 16 lakes arranged in cascades and many waterfalls. The protected area extends over 296.85 square kilometers (73,350 acres).”
  • Recommandé par 168 habitants
Pedestrian Plaza
“Tkalčićeva Street is Zagreb main hub for cafes, restaurants and casual nightlife. Also known as Tkalča (Tkalcha), it features dozens of places where you will find something to your liking. Tkalčićeva is filled with life. Numerous boutiques, traditional shops, restaurants, cafes and outdoor events will fill your day. Once it was a stream that divided two oldest Zagreb settlements, Gradec and Kaptol. Because of contamination by all the shops, the stream was diverted. In the period 1899 to 1941, almost every house in Tkalčićeva street was a brothel. or this reason, Zagreb was the first city in Europe with the proper red light district. ”
  • Recommandé par 122 habitants
“Postojna Cave is the only place where you can see the most precious brilliant in the form of a cave formation and also meet the baby dragons. ”
  • Recommandé par 68 habitants
National Park
“Envie de découvrir les Abruzzes? Le "Parco Nazionale" offre la possibilité de faire des excursions et se restaurer dans un environnement naturel et protégé.”
  • Recommandé par 43 habitants
“island National park Briuni, has old fortress of ex president Tito with many animals and parrots that can talk. There are boat tours daily ,12 km from app”
  • Recommandé par 45 habitants