Plitvice Lakes National Park (Croatian: Nacionalni park Plitvička jezera) is one of the oldest national parks in Southeast Europe and the largest national park in Croatia.In 1979, Plitvice Lakes National Park was added to the UNESCO World Heritage register.
Beatiful in Korana river
Located just a 5 minute walk from BeaR’s LOG You will find Korana river at it’s best. Just outside the Plitvice national park border it carries all the elements that created Plitvice, untampered with human interference. Beatifully coloured from azure to green, crystal clear and clean, it makes you want to jump right in.
Caves of Barač
Caves of Barać are located six kilometres to the east of BeaR’s LOG (just over half a kilometre to the west from the centre of the village of Nova Kršlja). Entrances to all three caves from the north are called Baraćeve Brine. At the bottom of Brine, between the entrances to the caves, is Baraćevac spring, which, together with…
Old town Drežnik
Historical happenings in this area are mostly connected with constant warfare concerning borders and defense from conquerors’ incursions, which is why the area hadn’t developed as a market town or a settlement, but rather as a defensive fort, especially Drežnik Grad (Drežnik Castle)
Rastoke – City of Slunj
Rastoke was made by the game of nature at the place where the Slunjčica River flows into the river of Korana. The nature had played with turquoise waters of the river Slunjčica and divided them into a myriad of sputtering waterfalls of which the most beautiful ones are Buk, Hrvoje and Vilina kosa.