PRICELIST APARTMENTS ***
(by day) 2018. year
I-IV-X-XII: 50 €
V-VI-IX: 50 €
VII-VIII: 60 €
Extra bed 10 €
Air condition: 1 hour - 1 €
Staying up to three days + 30 %.
Northern Velebit National Park
The Northern Velebit National Park is recognizable by its preserved biodiversity, richness of the natural phenomena and experience of pristine wilderness. It is a space for gaining new experiences and the stronghold of sustainable development for the surrounding local communities, based on traditional practices.
North Velebit is a piece of European nature that has been preserved in its authentic form – not completely untouched wilderness, but a natural landscape shaped by pervasive human influence, in a time when people’s only chance for survival was to coexist with nature. But don’t let the presence of men lead you to believe that this is a tame landscape – Velebit is rugged and harsh both in its climate and terrain. Most of the Park is covered with forest abounding in various moods, from the dark and mysterious spruce and fir, knotty and tough European mountain pine to fairy-tale and magical pre-alpine and alpine beech.
The distinguishing feature of inanimate nature in the Northern Velebit National Park is the beautiful karst landscape which is characterized by numerous peaks, big and small, regularly and irregularly shaped sinkholes and dolines, mountain grasslands and karst fields. This majestic karst topography, created through dissolution of carbonate rocks (limestone and dolomite) by the action of carbon-dioxide rich water, was one of the main reasons for proclaiming Northern Velebit a national park.
Northern Velebit is an ideal destination for all those who prefer active holidays and relaxation in intact natural surroundings where you can experience the charm of pristine wilderness. You will be able to choose from over 30 mountain trails that run through different landscapes offering you countless possibilities for exploring the region. For easier orientation, all mountain trails are waymarked with signposts installed at intersections stating the average hike duration in hours. Almost all of the trails lead to mountain peaks that afford magnificent views of the sea, the Adriatic islands and the region of Lika. The existing mountain trails and paths are also suitable for other activities such as trekking and hiking... More about National Park here.