It was founded in 1985 and with its numerous waterfalls, untouched nature and archaeological remains it is a magnet for hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. Most visited attractions are Skradinski buk (clear water pool with high waterfalls), Roški slap (cascades) and the island of Visovac (with a Roman Catholic monastery founded by the Franciscans in 1445 in the middle of the island). Numerous ruins of Medieval fortresses from the 14th century are spread all over the park: Ključica, Trošenj, Kamičak, Nečven and Bogočin and they were used for defence purposes. The area of the Krka National Park includes around 20 archaeological sites. One of the most attractive ones is Burnum – Roman military camp with an amphitheatre.
Krka National Park is located in Šibenik-Knin Region and covers an area of more than 109 square kilometers along the Krka River.