We invite you to sit back and enjoy a virtual trip from the pier in Split to Krka.
Which Side Has the Best View
Stepping aboard our tour bus, we wondered which side would offer the best view for this two hour journey. Since the bus wasn't completely full, we were able to spread out, which meant we could have someone on both sides of the bus. In fact, the entire back seat was empty, so that's where my husband camped out with his trusty digital SLR in hand. We hope you enjoy seeing the Adriatic coast through our lenses.
Having just left the Greek Isles the day before, with white-washed buildings and blue-domed churches, the first thing that struck us was the red clay roof tiles on the houses. It reminded us of houses on the west coast of the United States, perhaps those in California.
Picture Perfect ...
Boats of every size, from small row boats to yachts, were seen in the marinas and small inlets along the path to Krka. Their white shapes provided contrast to the green landscape, crystal clear blue waters of many shades, and the red-roofed buildings. Even the sky cooperated, having cleared up after an early morning gentle rain that had fallen before we arrived.
It wasn't long before we arrived at Krka National Park. The two hour drive seemed to pass quickly, perhaps because it had been so scenic. We hope you enjoyed your ride to Krka. If you are still longing for more images, click the link above to view our Facebook album. When we return to our visit to Croatia, we'll be at a hotel near Krka for our lunch stop.