The Most Beautiful National Parks in Europe

Plitvice Lakes

Have you toured a national park in Europe? Do you love nature, lakes, forests, flora and fauna? Okay, when most of us visit Europe’s incredible cities, we just stick to the urban areas which make us miss out on the amazing scenery found in the most beautiful national parks that are all over the continent. This article explores and helps you to discover some of the most beautiful national parks in Europe.

1. Kornati National park

It is also known as Stomorski islands,it is situated in west of Sibenik and south of Zadar. It is often mentioned in most tourists’ publications as nautical paradise or slalom. Why is this so? This is because of the 109 incredible islands, reefs and islets that are located in Kornati National Park. Other important places in Kornati island for instance, the oval shaped island known as Taljuric island, the karst rock-area Tarac, Spinuta Bay, Stivina Bay among others. Vegetation in the park is very Sparse Marquis which are for instance; the sage, feathery grass and Xeranthemum. Among the other sceneries that are found in Kornati national park, it is worth knowing that Sibenik is the closest city to the park that is to the west of the park. It is a little city that is loved so much by the tourists hence makes them invest in real estate in Sibenik to try to obtain a piece of it and enjoy the haven that the city and its surroundings provide you with.

2. Plitvice Lakes National Park

It is sited in middle of Croatia; it is a forest reserve that is best known for its sixteen extraordinary terraced lakes which each of them is connected to by a waterfall. These lakes stretch all the way to an equally impressive limestone canyon. Well paved walkways and the trails wind around the lakes create a very spectacular view. It has been widely visited by anyone who is a nature lover and comes to Croatia and it has been praised deeply for its beauty and its spectacular views. Besides, it has caves from where the lakes can be seen from a unique perspective through the rock

3. Belluno Dolomites National Park in Italy

Belluno Dolomites National Park is one of the most visited national parks in Europe and is for sure a highlight for tourists visiting Italy. There are a lot of things to do and see in Belluno Dolomite National Park, for instance, biking, hiking and plenty of great wildlife watching opportunities. This park is approximately 1 hour and 30-minute drive from Venice hence making this an extraordinary stop in Italy

4. Ordesa National Park

In this national park, there are wonderful places to explore where you can find good looking valleys, pastures and rivers which lie at the foot of Mount Perdido which has the highest peak in Spain, the peak is about 3360 meters. Additionally, it has a series of easily accessible trails which leads you to the natural wonders, for instance, the Cola de Caballo waterfall where the water drops from a height approximately 1700 metres, wonderful Rapids and the viewing points like Garganta. Also, the park is encircled by mountain over 3000 metres high, and in the park, you will also see bearded vultures that soar above the summits.

5. Triglav National Park

Triglav National Park is a national park in Slovenia; it surrounds Mount Triglav which is the highest peak in the nation. The national park is in the Julian Alps. Hence, it boasts both the lush valleys and the towering mountains. The Soca and Sava rivers flow from the park to the Black Sea and the lakes within the park that are the major Slovenian natives and tourist attraction from all over the globe

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