Plitvice National Park
On the way to Zagreb, just 150 km from the town of Pag, is a jewel of nature, Plitvice National Park, which has many beautiful lakes and waterfalls. There are hotels and restaurants in the national park. The best way to see the lakes is by boat.
Paklenica National park
Only 60 km away from the town of Pag is Paklenica National Park. Miraculously, it is possible to go from a hot Mediterranean climate to a fresh mountain area in just a few steps. Paklenica National Park is situated in a deep natural ravine at the foot of the Velebit mountain. Nice atmosphere, preserved nature and fresh air offer an exceptional experience. From Pag, Paklenica can be reached from the driection of Zadar or from the Žigljen ferry port.
Kornati National Park
The Kornati archipelago, as a separate and distinct group of islands located at the confluence of Šibenik and Zadar islands, stretches over an area of about 320 km2 and includes about 150 permanent or temporary units. This most developed island group in the Adriatic Sea, which includes 1/12 of all Croatian islands (1185 islands, of which 66 are inhabited) on only 1/300 of the Croatian sea surface, has been drawing attention of many boaters, divers, hikers and other lovers of nature and what nature has to offer.
Krka National Park
Krka National Park is located 85 km from the island. The turn for Krka National Park is located about twenty miles from the center of Šibenik. At the entrance to the national park there are several restored old houses with mills on the small waterfalls. From June until the first autumn months you can visit by boat the island of Visovac, located in the middle of the Krka canyon, and its monastery and enjoy a view of the nearby waterfalls