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  • Title: Baric Draga
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. The Scenery.. Crystal clear sea.. Magnificent view.. The Adriatic Sea.. Contact.. Reservations.. Enjoy the Scenery.. Crystal clear sea.. Magnificent view.. The Adriatic Sea.. The Most Peaceful Place on Earth.. Home for rent between the sea and Velebit mountain (Baric Draga, Croatia).. Written by rezervacije@baricdraga.. com.. hr.. Baric Draga, Croatia.. Object description:.. Semi-detached, two storey stucco house.. On ground floor large living-room with large covered terrace facing the sea, fully equipped kitchen (stove/oven, two refrigerators, freezer), bathroom with stall shower; on upper floor 2 bedrooms, and balcony with sweeping view of Velebit Channel and Pag Island.. Sleeps 4-6 (2 beds in each bedroom and two sofas in living room make double beds).. Fittings:.. AC, satellite tv, phone internet, hot water, stove, two fridges.. Location:..  ...   seek a peaceful vacation in nature near the crystal clear Adriatic sea.. The natural climatic factors, (especially the circulation of air from Croatia's highest mountain, Velebit), is ideal for those who need to „recharge their batteries" in a beautiful, peaceful surrounding.. Google maps:.. View Larger Map.. Other information:.. - 18 km from Starigrad Paklenica.. - 500 m to village general store.. - Parking behind house.. - Pets are welcome!!!.. - Distance to the beach: 100 m.. Skype:.. mariod89.. e-mail:.. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Phone:.. +45 3914 3555.. Our Contact Details.. Address:.. Barić Draga, 53289 Lukovo Šugarje, Croatia.. Tel No:.. +385 98 662146.. FAX:.. +385 1 2331151.. Email:.. rezervacije@baricdraga.. hr.. Follow us on Facebook.. Follow Me..

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  • Title: Baric Draga
    Descriptive info: Naslovnica.. Uživajte.. Kristalno čisto more.. Predivan pogled.. Starigrad Paklenica.. Kontakt.. Rezervacije.. Uživajte u prirodi.. Kristalno čisto more.. Predivan pogled.. Starigrad Paklenica.. Najljepše mjesto na svijetu.. Barić Draga - najbolji odmor na Jadranu.. Autor rezervacije@baricdraga.. Barić Draga, Hrvatska.. Lokacija:.. Kuća pokraj mora udaljena 100 metara od plaže.. Sa lijepim pogledom na otok Pag.. Barić Draga je malo ribarsko mjesto sa kristalno čistim morem u podnožju Velebita, nedaleko od nacionalnog parka Starigrad Paklenica.. Idealno za ljude koji traže odmor u prirodi.. Opis objekta.. :.. Prizemlje se sastoji od kuhinje sa dnevnom boravkom, dva  ...   koje je u jednoj bračni krevet s ormarom i balkonom, te u drugoj 2 kreveta.. Oprema:.. Klima uređaj, satelitska i zemaljska televizija.. Telefon i internet, topla voda, dva frižidera.. Ostale informacije:.. - 18 km od nacionalnog parka Starigrad Paklenica.. - 500 m do najbližeg dućana.. - 2 parkirna mjesta iza kuće.. - Kućni ljubimci su dobrodošli.. - 100 m do prve plaže.. Ova e-mail adresa je zaštićena od spam robota, nije vidljiva ako ste isključili JavaScript.. mobitel:.. FAX:.. +385 1 2331151.. Kontaktirajte nas:.. Adresa:.. Mobitel:.. Pratite nas na Facebooku.. Prati Me:..

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  • Title: Baric Draga
    Descriptive info: Startseite.. Landschaft.. Kristallklares Meer.. Herrlicher Blick.. Die Adria.. Reservierungen.. Genießen Sie die Landschaft.. Kristallklares Meer.. Herrlicher Blick.. Die Adria.. Die ruhigsten Ort der Erde.. Haus in Barić Draga (Karlobag) der beste Urlaub im Kroatien!.. Geschrieben von: rezervacije@baricdraga.. Baric Draga, Kroatien.. Das Haus liegt in der N.. ä.. he des Strandes (100 m).. Man sieht eine gr.. ü.. ne Fl.. che mit vielen B.. umen von der Terasse, etwas weiter das Meer und in weiter Ferne die Insel Pag.. Der Ort.. Barić.. Draga.. befindet sich in einer kleinen Bucht, was fr.. her ein Fischerdorf war.. Der Ort ist vollkommen f.. ür ruhigen Urlaub in unverschmutzter und unberührter Natur mit allem Reichtum des blauen, kristallklaren Meeres, ohne Massenturismus.. Natürliche Klimaeinflüsse, besonders die Luftströmung vom Kroatiens höchtsgebirge Velebit, wirken heilsam auf die Leute, denen eine Verbesserung des Gesundheitszustandes und Erholung von Hektik.. und Stress notwendig sind.. -  ...   (die 2 Sofas im Wohnzimmer zum Ausziehen).. Die Kategorie:.. 3 Sterne.. Die zus.. tzliche Angaben:.. - Die Entfernung von der Stadt Starigrad Paklenica 18 km.. - Die Entfernung vom Gesch.. ft 500.. - Der Parkpaz hinter dem Haus.. Die Ausstattung der K.. che.. - Der Herd mit Backofen.. - Das Geschir f.. r Vorbereitung und Servieren von Essen,.. das E.. besteck.. - 2 K.. hlschr.. nke, 1 Tiefk.. hlschrank.. - Die Ausstattung des Badezimmers: Die Duschecke.. Die andere Wohnungseinrichtungen:.. - Die Klimaanlage.. - Das Satelittenfernsehen.. - Der Internetanschlu.. tzlichen Dienstleistungen:.. - Das Kinderbett verfügbar.. - Die Haustiere erwünscht.. Die Fremdsprachenkenntnisse:.. - Deutsch.. - Englisch.. Haustiere sind willkommen!!!.. Jeder Gast ist willkommen!.. Mögliche Buchung auf.. Telefon:.. +49(0)40 - 688 71 5182.. E-mail:.. Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist gegen Spambots geschützt! JavaScript muss aktiviert werden, damit sie angezeigt werden kann.. Kontakt.. Adresse:.. Barić Draga, 53289 Lukovo Šugarje, Kroatien.. Facebook..

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  • Title: Enjoy the Scenery
    Descriptive info: Enjoy the Scenery.. The house is close to the seafront (100m).. In front of the house are green spaces with trees.. There is a beautiful view of the sea and the island Pag in the distance.. Barić Draga was a fishing village on a small bay.. The location is ideal for people seeking to  ...   benefits include the crystal clear Adriatic sea and fresh air circulation from Croatia's highest mountain, Velebit.. Here are more pictures of Barić Draga:.. The house is also equipped with the functional kitchen and bathroom with hot water:.. We gladly welcome each guest.. Contact us:.. or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. (Skype: mariod89)..

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  • Title: Crystal clear sea
    Descriptive info: The Croatian Ministry for Environment has published its annual report for 2008 on the quality of the sea water on the Croatian Adriatic beaches.. Testing took place on 890 points across the Croatian Adriatic and no point of polluted sea water has been found.. The sea water in Croatian Adriatic is more than suitable for swimming and of high quality that meets the stringent criteria laid down by the international guidelines on the quality of water on sea/ocean beaches.. The program monitoring the quality of water in the ocean beaches began almost twenty years ago and over the years it has passed through a number of improvements.. The program  ...   sea water across 890 different locations on the Croatian Adriatic.. Most of these locations are used for swimming and recreation by the public.. The report is published annually informing the public about the sea water quality.. The main objective of this particular annual survey is; the public health education, sustainable management of beaches to preserve their natural characteristics, and prompt identification and prevention of the possible pollution sources.. The Croatian coast is almost 6000 kilometres long, full of sandy and pebbly beaches that represent 5, 4% of all coast, and survey hasn’t found an area on the Croatian Adriatic that doesn’t meet strict international guidelines.. Source: The Ministry for Environment..

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  • Title: Magnificent view
    Descriptive info: Velebit is the largest mountain in Croatia and is a part of a bigger mountain chain of Dinarides stretching form the Alps, across Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro to Albania.. The area of Velebit Mountain comprises 2.. 359 square kilometres.. The mountain stretches in the form of slightly bended arch along the Adriatic coast in the northwest-southeast direction, between the Vratnik pass and the river Zrmanja valley.. The mountain is approximately 145 km long, its width varying form 30 km at the northern parts to 10 km at its southern parts.. On its western parts, Velebit Mountain chain raises sharply from the sea, dominating over the landscape.. Towards the east, its slopes descend more mildly into the plateau of Lika, situated between 425 and 600 meters above the sea level.. The highest peak of the Velebit Mountain is Vaganski vrh (1757 m a.. s.. l.. ) in Paklenica National Park.. Geographically, Velebit can be divided roughly into four parts.. Mountain passes Vratnik, Veliki Alan, Baške Oštarije and Prezid divide northern, middle and southern parts.. In southeastern parts, mountain massif stretches towards the inland along the river Zrmanja canyon.. Velebit is typical karst mountain, composed largely of carbonate rocks.. All types of karst phenomena as well as their transitional stages can be observed on Velebit Mountain, both on the surface and in the underground.. Among surface karst phenomena are: Karren, sinkholes ("ponikve"), karst planes, uvalas, dolina, bogazes, denuded karst peaks ("kukovi"), columns, ice-pits, canyons, karst rivers with travertine (Zrmanja, Krupa), karst springs, lakes and abysses.. Subterranean karst phenomena are equally diverse and interesting, deep pits, caves, underground lakes and submarine springs ("vrulje") being among the most interesting.. The mountain itself is scarce with water, karst springs and surface watercourses are rare, especially in the northern and middle parts.. Despite of that, inside the Velebit massif there are huge freshwater reserves.. Karst rivers in the continental side of Velebit (first of all Lika and Gacka), disappear underground just in front of the Velebit massif, finding their way through it towards the Adriatic Sea.. There they emerge again as the costal springs and special form of submarine springs ("vrulje").. The water is by far one of the most important factors that, by dissolving the carbonate rocks, shaped the Velebit karst, as it is today, both on the surface and in the underground.. In Velebit area about 90 different habitat types, according to the CORINE classification, can be distinguished, some 20 of them in Paklenica National park alone.. That is about 70% of all habitat types found in Croatia.. The most conspicuous feature of Velebit Mountain is the presence of the "two different faces" – one on the Adriatic coastal slopes and one on the continental slopes.. The differences between them can be observed in the variety of features – vegetation, habitats and species, as well as in the habits of people living there.. From the foothill to the mountaintops, vertical zoning of the vegetation belts can be clearly seen.. Velebit has very high biological diversity, due to very diverse habitats but also to the fact that some part of the mountain acted as refugia for numerous species during glaciations in the past.. Some 2500 plant species have been described, about hundred being endemic.. Special, isolated habitats with extreme conditions, such as mountaintops, rock crevices, subterranean habitats and submarine springs favoured the development of specific flora and fauna.. Among them, endemic genus of leech (Croatobranchus mestrovi) can be pointed out due to its specific ecology and the level of adaptations to extreme life conditions – so far, it has been found exclusively in the very deep pits in  ...   only 80 m above the sea level.. Some other protected properties are present: special reserve of forest vegetation (Klepina duliba), special botanical reserves (Visibaba and Zavižan-Balinovac-Velika kosa), geomorphologic nature monuments (Cerovacke caves and Modric cave), protected landscape (Zavratnica), paleontological nature monument (Velnicka glavica) and several archaeological and paleontological localities.. Through the history, traditional economic activities on the Velebit Mountain have been cattle breeding in the first place, and forestry.. Due to the scarcity of arable land, agriculture had never played a very important role.. Along the coast, fishery was important activity.. There are no major industrial plants in the area, not even today.. Over the past decades, tourism has developed and became major source of income in the costal area.. Besides its natural values, the cultural heritage of Velebit Mountain is equally rich and precious.. Evidence of human presence can be followed from prehistoric times until present days, especially in the lower parts of the mountain, with milder climate.. There are valuable archaeological sites from Stone and Iron Age (Jatara and Vaganacka cave), as well as finding places of the Roman glass – Argyruntum.. Because of the harsh climate, in the top parts of Velebit there had never been permanent settlements.. However, people from the mountain villages on the coastal slopes, used to bring their cattle there for grazing in summer periods, as the snow line would be withdrawing.. In the mountain, they used to build the so-called summer lodges.. They are plentiful on Velebit Mountain, and the locality called Mirovo, situated in Sjeverni Velebit National Park is one of the biggest and most impressive complexes.. uring short summer periods they would work the small patches of land they cleared off of rocks, bushes and trees.. To build both their houses and the summer lodges, they used the most abundant material available – the stones.. In some cases, the settlements are so well preserved so that they can be regarded as ethno-villages, like the hamlet Marasovici near the entrance to Paklenica National park.. Velebit mountain passes were very important communication and trading routes between the coast and the inland.. The roads build for that purpose are the masterpieces of the building heritage and stone-carving skills.. The part of this rich heritage are numerous wells and springs, water-mills, sacral objects, traditional trails and "mirila" – these are specially arranged stones along the Velebit traditional trails where people used to take some rest during the transport of their dead from the mountain towards its foothill.. This is a specific cultural heritage in this area.. Long-lasting influence of human presence was at most cases "sustainable", and people lived in the harmony with the mountain nature, although such a living was sometimes very hard.. Even more, by grazing their cattle, by building ponds and stonewalls, man had created favourable new habitats, thus contributing significantly to the present attractiveness of landscapes and biological diversity in the Velebit Mountain.. Although relatively preserved form the negative impact of human activities, Velebit Mountain has recently been exposed to the different sorts of developmental pressures, from the road constructions and uncontrolled building in the costal area, to the overuse of natural resources.. Obviously, the influence of global factors, such as climate change and transboundary aerial pollution is unavoidable.. The perspective of the Velebit Mountain is thus seen in the better and more efficient protection of all its resources.. For the inclusion in the World Heritage List, the area within the present borders of Velebit Nature Park is proposed.. Administratively, proposed item belongs to the territory of three Counties (Licko-Senjska, Zadarska and Šibensko-Kninska).. The total size of the proposed area is approximately 2000 square kilometers..

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  • Title: The Adriatic Sea
    Descriptive info: The.. Adriatic Sea.. is part of the.. Mediterranean Sea.. separating the Italian Peninsula from the Balkan peninsula, and the system of the Apennine Mountains from the Dinaric Alps and adjacent ranges.. It extends from the Gulf of Venice south to the Strait of Otranto, linking it to the Ionian Sea.. It has an approximate length of 500 miles (800 km), an average width of 100 miles (160 km), and an area of 50,590 sq mi (131,050 sq km).. The sea's western coast runs the length of.. Italy.. , while the eastern coast forms the borders of.. Croatia.. ,.. Bosnia and Herzegovina.. Montenegro.. , and.. Albania.. A small slice of.. Slovenia.. also reaches to the Adriatic Sea.. Eleven major.. rivers.. flow into the Adriatic Sea.. They are the Reno, Po, Adige, Brenta, Piave, Soča/Isonzo, Zrmanja, Krka, Cetina, Neretva, and the Drin (Drini).. The Adriatic Sea has served as a source of transportation, recreation, and sustenance throughout history.. From the end of the twentieth century the Adriatic, long renowned for its pristine condition, began to show perilous signs of invasive species introduced by human influence.. Six nations border the Adriatic Sea.. For the sake of maintaining this important body of water, it is incumbent upon them to unite beyond their national boundaries.. Name and etymology.. The name has existed since antiquity; in the Latin of the Romans (Ancient Latin) it was.. Mare Superum;.. in medieval Latin it was.. Mare Hadriaticum.. or.. Mare Adriaticum.. The name, derived from the Etruscan colony of Adria (or.. Hadria.. ), originally designated only the upper portion of the sea,.. [1].. but was gradually extended as the Syracusan colonies gained in importance.. The word Adria probably derives from the Illyrian word.. adur.. meaning "water" or "sea.. ".. [2].. But even then the Adriatic in the narrower sense only extended as far as the Monte Gargano, the outer portion being called the Ionian Sea.. The name was sometimes, however, inaccurately used to include the Gulf of Tarentum (the modern-day Gulf of Taranto), the Sea of Sicily, the Gulf of Corinth and even the sea between Crete and.. Malta.. [3].. The Adriatic Sea is situated largely between the eastern coast of.. and the western coast of.. , both major tourist attractions.. It was used by the ancient Romans to transport goods, including animals and slaves, to Ostia, the Roman port.. Extent and Bathymetry.. The Adriatic extends northwest from 40° to 45° 45' N.. , with an extreme length of about 770 km (415 nautical miles, 480 mi).. It has a mean breadth of about 160 km (85 nautical miles, 100 mi), although the Strait of Otranto, through which it connects at the south with the Ionian Sea, is only 45-55 nautical miles wide (85-100 km).. The chain of.. islands.. which fringes the northern section of the eastern shore reduces the extreme breadth of open sea in this area to 145 km (78 nm, 90 mi).. Its total surface area is about 60,000 square miles (160,000 km²).. The northern part of the sea is very shallow, and between the southern promontories of Istria and Rimini the depth rarely exceeds 46 m (25 fathoms).. Between Šibenik and Ortona a well-marked depression occurs, a considerable area of which exceeds 180 m (100 fathoms) in depth.. From a point between Korčula and the north shore of the spur of Monte Gargano there is a ridge giving shallower water, and a broken chain of a few islets extends across the sea.. The deepest part of the sea lies east of Monte Gargano, south of.. Dubrovnik.. , and west of Durrës where a large basin gives depths of 900 m (500 fathoms) and upwards, and a small area in the south of this basin falls below 1,460 m (800 fathoms).. The mean depth of the sea is estimated at 240 m (133 fathoms).. Coasts and islands.. The east and west coasts of the Adriatic vary greatly.. The west shore, along.. , is relatively straight, continuous, and generally low, merging in the northwest, into the marshes and lagoons on either hand of the protruding delta of the River  ...   eight basic wind types prevalent in the Mediterranean region.. Three of these are common to the Adriatic; the bora, the sirocco, and the maestro.. The Bora is a northern to north-eastern katabatic wind in the Adriatic,.. , Greece, and.. Turkey.. Its name derives from the.. Greek mythological.. figure of Boreas, the North Wind.. The changeable Bora often blows throughout Dalmatia and the Adriatic east coast.. It is a gusty wind, most common during the winter season.. The area where some of the strongest bora winds occur is the Velebit mountain range in.. The wind is also an integral feature of Slovenia's Vipava Valley and Kras region, (the Carso in.. ), an area of.. limestone.. heights over the Trieste Bay stretching towards the Istrian peninsula.. Because the region separates the lower Adriatic coast from the Julian Alps range, extreme bora winds often occur there.. They have influenced the region's traditional lifestyle and architecture.. Towns on the coast are built densely with narrow streets in part because of the wind.. Buildings in several towns and villages in.. and the Province of Trieste (Italy) have stones on their roofs to prevent the roof tiles from being blown off.. The bora, along with the prevalent sudden squalls are dangers to winter navigation in the Adriatic.. The Sirocco arises from a warm, dry, tropical airmass that is pulled northward by low-pressure cells moving eastward across the.. , with the wind originating in the.. Arabian.. Sahara Deserts.. It often reaches.. hurricane.. speeds in.. North Africa.. and Southern Europe.. The Sirocco causes dusty, dry conditions along the northern coast of.. Africa.. , storms in the.. , and cold, wet weather in Europe.. The Sirocco's duration may be a half day or many days.. Many people attribute health problems to the Sirocco either because of the heat and dust along the African coastal regions or the cool dampness in Europe.. The dust within the Sirocco winds can degrade mechanical devices and invade domiciles.. They are most common during the autumn and the spring, though when they do occur in winter they often bring.. rain.. The Maestro is a northwesterly wind which blows in summer in the Adriatic when pressure is low over the Balkan Peninsula.. It is a fresh breeze accompanied by clear weather and light clouds.. It is not to be confused with mistral, a quite different (although also northwesterly) wind in southern France.. The maestro is the most favored summer wind as far south as western Crete where it supposedly blows only during daytime.. Environment.. 's coastline on the Adriatic Sea spans over 6,200 kilometers (3852.. 5 miles) including some 1,200 islands, islets, and reefs.. This translates to that country's ownership of approximately 75 percent of the Adriatic coastline.. Croatia's most important industry is tourism, and is based largely on the preserved and clean marine environment of the Sea.. Its adjacent coastal area is also rich in historical and.. cultural.. heritage.. [4].. As a geographically protected arm of the.. , the Adriatic has suffered less environmental harm than the Mediterranean itself.. Croatia especially, due to its economic dependence on the Sea, has taken measures aimed at keeping it clean.. on the Sea's eastern side were once considered a paradise for divers due to beds of dazzling.. coral.. and.. mollusks.. However, the once pristine sea bottom is being covered by a green carpeting of algae.. Caulerpa Racemosa,.. an invasive.. algae.. prevalent in the Mediterranean, has begun to invade the Adriatic in the early years of the twenty-first century.. This rapidly growing algae reduces the variety and abundance of underwater.. plant.. animal.. life.. As flora is destroyed, the survival of.. fish.. and mollusks is at peril.. [5].. A tropical species originating in the.. Red Sea.. , this algae was carried into Mediterranean waters and eventually into the Adriatic on the bottoms of ships, their anchors, and on.. fishing.. nets and diving equipment.. Nations bordering the Mediterranean such as.. Spain.. France.. Cyprus.. , have banded together to control this problem.. The Adriatic, with six border nations, needs to see similar international cooperation in order to restore the cleanliness of the Sea..

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  • Title: Baric Draga home for rent
    Descriptive info: Baric Draga home for rent.. Baric Draga.. 53289 Lukovo Sugarje, Karlobag.. Croatia.. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. +385 98 662146.. http://www.. baricdraga.. House at the sea in Croata for rent!!!.. Download information as a.. vCard.. E-mail.. Enter your Name:.. E-mail address:.. Message Subject:.. Enter your Message:.. E-mail a copy of this message to your own address.. Send..

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  • Title: The Most Peaceful Place on Earth
    Descriptive info: The Most Peaceful Place on Earth.. The area of Paklenica National Park has an exceptional diversity of geomorphological forms.. The most attractive and most valuable parts of South Velebit are surely the impressive canyons of Velika Paklenica and Mala Paklenica.. Velika Paklenica.. canyon is 14 km long and 500-800 m wide.. In its narrowest part around the Bunkers, the canyon is only 50 m wide.. Vertical cliffs rise above both sides of the canyon up to a height of over 700 m.. The most attractive part is the area around the steep drop of the stream downstream from Anića luka, where steep cliffs rise directly above the stream, forming the narrowest part of the canyon between Anića luka and the parking lot.. Mala Paklenica Canyon.. is of lesser dimension, and the torrent running through it is much less powerful.. It is 12 km long and 400-500 wide.. In its narrowest part, it is only 10 m wide, while the surrounding cliffs rise up to a height of 650 m.. The pass between the Velika Paklenica and Mala Paklenica Canyons is formed by a very inaccessible karstic area comprising rocks and cliffs.. The central part of the Park is distinctive for the relief complex of.. Borovnik.. and.. Crni vrh.. , with the valley of.. Mala Močila.. Velika Močila.. nearby.. In terms of relief, Velika Močila is a very interesting bowl-shaped valley at an altitude 850 m asl, surrounded by.. (1 110 m asl),.. Škiljina kosa.. (1 015 m asl) and.. Zeleni brig.. (842 m asl), while Borovnik, named after the black pine forest, stretches along the south edge.. The east part of the Park is very differentiated geomorphologically, inaccessible and wild.. Further to the east, this zone of wilderness transforms into an area of milder forms around Malo Libinje and Veliko Libinje, karstic plateaus with numerous pits, the bottoms of which were mostly treated.. The highest area of Paklenica National Park is the narrow ridge of Velebit, 1 to 3 km wide.. The highest peak of Velebit –.. Vaganski vrh.. (1 757 m asl) is also here.. The geological features of the National Park are visible in the harsh karstic around.. Bojinac, Vidakov kuk.. and  ...   Beautiful Fossils (103 m).. The longest caves in the Park.. Vodarica Pit (300 m).. Cave in Zub Buljme (250 m).. Medviđa špilja (215 m).. Manita peć (175 m) – one of the most beautiful caves in the park with an abundance of cave ornaments.. Lucinka Cave (132 m) – it has the highest cave entrance in Croatia (51 m).. The interior dimensions of this cave are also exceptional.. Waters.. Watertight sediments are situated beneath very porous karstic deposits of carbonate rock in the extended part of Velika paklenica, Brezimenjača, and in the spring parts of Mala paklenica and the occasional flow of Orljača.. This is why Paklenica National Park has several permanent or occasional flows and many permanent springs.. The permanent springs of high-quality drinking water are Stražbenica, Kontinovo vrilo, Crno vrilo, Velika Močila and Pećica.. The most powerful Velika Paklenica spring is the Ivine vodice well at an altitude of around 1200 m, followed by Kontinovo vrilo at 870 m, Crno vrilo at 780 m, and Jukića vrilo at 600 m.. Above Ramić is the Vratrovac spring, and the spring of the occasional flow of Brezimenjača is at around 1000 m.. The Suha draga spring is at the same altitude.. The spring of Velika Paklenica normally sinks in the area beneath Anića luka.. It flows in its entire length to the estuary into the sea during the rain season in spring, autumn and winter.. The flow of Mala Paklenica springs above Vlaškogradska draga at around 1 000 m, its capacity lesser, depending on the season and precipitation.. The flow gradually descends to the parallel flow of Orljača, and the stream is active in the canyon during rainy autumns, winters and early springs, when the torrent flow of Orljača, springing beneath the slopes of Sveto brdo, flows into it at 484 m.. The fenced spring of Staro vrilo is in the area of Velika Močila, as well as a few more seeping streams.. They are also present in Mala Močila during the humid parts of the year.. In the highest zone of Velebit, permanent water deposits can be found in the lakes beneath Malovan and in Babino jezero beneath Babin vrh.. More info:.. paklenica.. hr/..

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