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The Weather in Croatia
This is the climate diagram for Plitvice Lakes National Park. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 5° low. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is July.
Natural wonders abound with Plitvice Lakes National Park holiday homes
Clear your head amidst the crystal-clear waters and blue skies of UNESCO site Plitvice Lakes National Park. Rest easy in a wooden bungalow hidden in the trees, or a self-service complex with spa and swimming facilities.
Taste of the lakes' region
Regional Croatian specialities are the strength of Restoran Degenija, and with all the lakes in the area you can't miss their grilled trout with boiled potatoes, or perhaps their whole fish platter if you're really feeling hungry and can't make up your mind!
Grab one of the many seats or homey wood benches with a view at rustic Restoran Borje, which makes fine use of its naturally blessed surroundings. Dig into hearty comfort food like beans and sausages, and leave a little room for a lavish cheesecake dessert.
Learn more about this water wonderland at nearby Rastoke watermill village, which makes use of the fruitful landscape differently. Originally settled at the side of the convergence of two rivers, most of the structures stand as historical relics.
Just east of the park, near to the Bosnian border, you can fly to higher ground at the Zeljava Air Base Museum. Step back into the recent past when this ghost town was in use, and see old planes, runways and hangars sitting in the brush, stuck in time.
Seek out the two major waterfalls in the park; Large Waterfall and Galovac Waterfall. Both are well worth the hunt with their white veils of water crashing into teal pools below, framed by tall rocks and emerald trees. Follow the signs and marked trails to find your way.
Hiking along winding and picturesque wooden boardwalks is enjoyable enough in itself, but when they lead you to places like Lower Lakes Canyon and its corresponding lakes, the adventure becomes all the more exciting. All four seasons offer new experiences in this National Park.
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