Krka is a national park in Croatia known for its large number of lakes and waterfalls. It got its name by the river Krka which is part of the park.
Paklenica is part of the common world heritage of 13 countries called "Beech forests in the Carpathians and other areas of Europe".
The base of the national park is the massive Risnjak mountain, with a peak at 1528 meters. Today, the park is the source of the Kupa River.
NP Northern Velebit consists of 1289 hectares of beech forests with various karst phenomena of plant and animal life.
The Plitvice Lakes Complex is a mountainous area with 16 lakes of different sizes, filled with crystal blue water.
Brijuni are a national park in the Adriatic Sea, consisting of 14 islands and islets with a total area of 33.9 km quadratic.