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Vrana Lake and the surrounding area was declared a nature park. It is one of the few, almost untouched natural habitat of water birds, with drinking water springs and the area of specific characteristics and biodiversity. The park boundaries are...more
We visited Lake Vrano on a very hot August day in an effort to get away from the over-crowded beaches at Biograd. Despite being only a few miles away from Biograd we saw very few people visiting this huge lake with many bird hides and...More
Visited in July 2017 because we were staying nearby. It was after the wildfire, so part of the vegetation was burnt down. We went to Kamenjak ( follow the road signs Vidikovac Kamenjak), it is possible to drive all the way up and then take...More
We decided to take a bike ride around the whole lake which is approx. 50 km and we get cycling path map in the Biograd na Moru - in the office of National park located in the city center in Trznica (market place) on the...More