The Adriatic Times: The oasis of Kopacki rit
The Kopacki rit Nature Park is a flood area between the Drava and Danube rivers sometimes called “the pearl of the Drava.” The Adriatic Times brings an overview and photos of this oasis of biological diversity.
If you are looking for peace and quiet in pristine nature, the best location is at the farthest north-eastern part of Croatia, near Osijek.
Kopacki rit is a floodplain at the confluence of the Drava and Danube and is one of the most important and most attractive preserved authentic swamp areas in Europe, a fact recently confirmed by UNESCO which additionally protected it as part of the Mura-Drava-Danube cross-border biosphere reservation. Read more.
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