Kornati, Plitvice lakes, Brijuni, Krka, Mljet, Risnjak, Paklenica and Northern Velebit.
Croatia now has eight national parks, which are:
Located in the central Adriatic represents a unique cluster of 150 islands, islets and rocks.
The largest, oldest and most popular Croatian national park that consists of 16 crystal blue lakes. In 1979. it was included in the UNESCO list of world heritage.
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An oasisi of flora and fauna – consists of fourteen islands and islets, of which largest are Veliki and Mali Brijuni.
A national park near Šibenik, famous for its many lakes and waterfalls.
Inludes the northwestern part of the island. It features and amazing unspoiled natural beauty of the ''Great'' and ''Small'' lakes that are connected to the narrow strait to the open sea.
Situated in Gorski Kotar is an aboundance of rare and natural beauty.
Known for its rich diversity of geomorphological forms.
An oasis of flora and fauna. Inside the park there are strict reservation: Hajduk and Rožan rumps, Luke's pit, botanical reserve ''Visibaba'', forest reserve Borov's top and the famous Velebit Botanical Garden.