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Visovac is a little island owned by the Catholic Church, situated in the area of the lower flow of the river Krka between two waterfalls in Krka National Park - the Roski waterfall and Skradinski buk. Prior to human habitation of the island, it was...more
We went there from Krka National park. The boat ride was very relaxing (45 minutes each way). We had 30 minutes (which is enough) on the island to go around and visit the monastery. It was a really lovely experience that I wouldn't mind to...More
We went to Visovac by car, and took the 5 min crossing to the island. Coincidently it was Sunday morning and we arrived for the mass only with locals. It was a very special experience.
Also turned out much better than spending hours on a...More
EN: We go from lozovac by boat to the monastery visovac and the way there takes 45 minutes aproximately. I felt a sleep. It was still the same, but nice nature. Island was really small and you can see evertingin in 15 minutes.
Amazing scooter trip through the park led us to the Island of Visovac and the Monastery. the view is from a fairy tale. The Island is home to the Grimm Fairy tales among other historical writings. The stairs make for a great build to the...More
I did the 2hr boat trip and have to say I was underwhelmed! It takes 45mins each way to get there, the scenery on the way is pretty but unremarkable after the first 5mins. You get 30mins total on the island and a "guide" who...More
This is also a good place to visit if you are at Krka national park. We took the 4 hour boat trip and there were also change to visit in this lovely little island were the monastry stands still. There was also very beautiful garden...More
Beautiful small island with a monastery and museum, surrounded with amazing garden.Monastery which is located on the Krka river, where the Franciscan order and beauty of glorious nature made the perfect combination of mysticism, spirituality, God's presence and the beauty of nature in one place.
The only reason this place is an attraction is because it's located on an island in the middle of a river that's actually a national park. There's a few peacocks roaming the area and you could see priests play soccer or basketball, but other than...More
In general no, but on Sundays when they hold masses there is an opportunity to travel on the monastery boat that meets people on the shore directly across the island. On August 4th and 15th there is a major event on the... More
In general no, but on Sundays when they hold masses there is an opportunity to travel on the monastery boat that meets people on the shore directly across the island. On August 4th and 15th there is a major event on the island with literally thousands of worshipers visiting the monastery for religious events and people travel to the island from shore with loads of private boats offering a taxi service for a fee. The monastery boats do not charge for the service, only private boats and its about 5 Kuna per person.