According to geographic, orographic and other sources, Velebit is one of the largest mountains in this area of the Dinarides, and stretches about 145 km from the Vratnik pass above Senj in northwest to the bend of the river Zrmanja in the southeast. Its average width from the coastal belt to its continental foothills in Lika is 14 km, and varies in places from 30 km in its northern parts to 10 km in its most southern parts. Over a surface area of about 2270 square kilometres, there are various karst ridges and sinkholes, crags, valleys and foothill peaks, of which 130 rise above 1370 m above sea level. The northern peaks of Velebit reach up to almost 1700 m (Mali Rajinac 1699 m), while the central peaks rise to 1600 m (Šatorina 1624 m, Ograđenik 1604 m, Ograđenica 1614 m) and in its southern and highest part, the peaks range from 1700 to 1758 m (Babin vrh 1723 m, Vaganski vrh 1757 m, Segestin 1715 m, Malovan 1709 m, Sveto brdo 1751 m).
In Zadar region, their one-day trips offer a combination of history and natural wonders. You can explore Zadar’s ancient city walls, visit the unique Sea Organ, and discover the city’s rich cultural heritage. Additionally, you have the opportunity to visit the nearby stunning Plitvice Lakes National Park, known for its cascading waterfalls and vibrant turquoise lakes.
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