|Airport|| 130 || km |
In the countryside; In the mountains; Among nature
The National Park of Plitvica Lakes and the caves of Barać are some 10 km away while the “Stari Grad (Old Town)” hiking path with its old watermill is 8 km away. The ethno village of Rastoke and the town of Slunj, with its spectacular waterfalls, are only 20 km from TC Marko. The National Park of Plitvica Lakes is the biggest and most popular national park in Croatia. It was declared a national park in 1949 and added to UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1979 in recognition of its "outstanding natural beauty and undisturbed production of travertine (tufa) through chemical and biological action". The park represents a phenomenon of karst hydrography. The park also harbours a grand collection of waterfalls, gallery of lakes and forests and has a diverse animal life. The caves of Barać are set up for tourist sightseeing. Here visitors can experience a range of magnificent rock formations, rich speleological structures (stalactites, stalagmites and stalagnites) and spacious rooms and corridors. The caves are suitable for all visitors. In the upper cave the valuable archeological and paleontological discoveries have been made. The town of Slunj and the ethno village of Rastoke are situated in a picturesque environment by the Sljunčica and Korana rivers on the road to Plitvica Lakes and Dalmatia. Here you can see a magnificent display of nature, when the bluish-green waters of the Sljunčica River, by way of the watermills of Rastoke, empty into the Korana River forming a number of cataracts and small lakes. In the TC Marko complex you will find a restaurant with a rich culinary offering, such as cold and hot starters, soups, a’la carte menus, grilled foods, pizzas, salads and desserts and more. The restaurant has a terrace with a capacity of 66 persons and an air-conditioned room with 60 seats.