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Natasa
Natasa
July 20, 2017
Krapanj is the smallest inhabited island in the Mediterranean, with an area of only 0.36km² It is famous for its 300 year old sponge diving tradition, and the museums in the hotel and monastery exhibit many items related to this practice, including old diving suits and pumps. The island is a very…
Vlatko
Vlatko
June 29, 2017
Krapanj is one of the smallest inhabited islands of the Adriatic Sea covering 0.36 km2. It is also the most densely inhabited island and has the lowest elevation (1.5 m above sea level). Krapanj is 300 m offshore at its closest point from the mainland village of Brodarica. The island of Krapanj's…
Brankica
Brankica
August 14, 2016
The lowermost inhabited island in the Adriatic. You can buy natural sea sponges.
Sandra
Sandra
July 18, 2016
Krapanj is the smallest inhabited island in Croatia as well as the smallest one in the whole Adriatic.Traditionally people on the island are fishermen and sea sponge harvesters as island has long history of deep sea diving as well as a industry of sea sponge processing. There is a small sponge…
Irena
Irena
June 30, 2016
It's small picturesque island, one of the smallest inhabited islands of the Adriatic Sea covering 0.36 km2. It is also the most densely inhabited island and has the lowest elevation (1.5 m above sea level). Krapanj is 300 m offshore at its closest point from the mainland town of Brodarica.

Einzigartige Aktivitäten in der Umgebung

Unterkünfte in der Nähe

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Kirche
“The Krka Monastery (Holy Archangel), the spiritual centre of the Orthodox faith, stands 3,5 km east of Kistanje, in a bay on the Krka River. Erected on the foundations of an earlier Eremite monastery, it was first mentioned in the written records in 1402, as the endowment of Jelena Šubić. A church built in the Byzantine style stands next to the monastery. Below the church there are ancient Roman catacombs, which are open to visitors. The monastery was named after the Krka River, which abounds here in plant and animal species, thanks to the water which provides them with life and the peace that is assured due to man’s absence. ”
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Point of Interest
“Once a visitor sees the tallest and, many say, loveliest waterfall in all of its glory, it will long remain engrained in the memory as one of the most impressive natural scenes. Half a kilometre downstream from Brljan, where the river makes a sharp turn, Manojlovac slap emerges. This waterfall is the largest and is considered by many to be the most beautiful waterfall of the Krka River. The waterfall is made up of a series of travertine barriers with a total height of 59.6 metres; the largest barrier is 32.2 metres high. The cascades are approximately 500 metres in length, with a width of around 80 metres. Travertine formations on the waterfall are most represented by beard-like tufts and small caves.”
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Point of Interest
“The underwater of Šibenik surroundings is extremely interesting for diving because it abounds in underwater locations available to all categories of divers (NP Kornati, island Žirje, sinking ship Francesca Rimini etc.)”
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Natural Feature
“Autofrei Insel , gut mit der Fähre zu erreichen und einen Tagesausflug allemal wert”
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Brücke
“For adventures and adrenaline freaks, you can try bungee jumping from Šibenik bridge.”
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