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Biokovo - a mountain above Makarska Riviera.
Brijuni - a group of two larger and 12 smaller islands off the west coast of Istria.
Kornati - the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean with a total of 89 islands, islets and reefs.
Mljet – the island southwest of Dubrovnik.
Paklenica - the national park on the southern side of Velebit- the largest mountain range in Croatia.
Plitvice lakes - the oldest and most famous Croatian national park, the part of UNESCO world natural heritage.
Krka – the most beautiful karstic river in Croatia.
Risnjak - a forested mountain range north of Rijeka with the hydrological natural monument - the spring of the river Kupa.
Northern Velebit – the most valuable and attractive part of the highest part of North Velebit.
Kopački Rit - one of the largest preserved wetland areas in Europe, situated at the confluence of the Drava and Danube in the north-eastern Croatia.
Lastovo Archipelago – appartains to one of the outer group of Adriatic islands; including the island of Lastovo together with the Archipelago Lastovnjaci and Vrhovnjaci and the island Sušac.
Lonja Field - the largest protected wetland area of the Danube basin.
Telašćica - located on the southeast side of Dugi otok, not far from the Kornati islands.
Učka - mountain in the east of Istria, above the Kvarner Riviera.
Velebit - includes the largest part of the homonymous massif, the largest protected area in Croatia, also on UNESCO'S List of International Biosphere Reserve.
Vrana lake - the largest natural lake in Croatia, nature park with the ornithological reserve, is located between Zadar and Šibenik. Opportunities for sports fishing and bird watching.
Žumberak - Samobor highlands- picturesque hilly area southwest of Zagreb.
Medvednica – the mountain range near Zagreb.
Papuk - the most beautiful part of the Slavonian mountains, a member of the Association of European Geoparks and UNESCO's worldwide network of Geoparks.