This beautiful little river meanders through Dalmatian Inland about 10 km away from the Town of Sinj. It is the largest tributary of the Cetina River. Being pristine and of impeccable quality it abounds in the brown trout, the crayfish, the minnow and many other wild species.
During the summer, the locals enjoy spending time swimming and taking a refreshing dip in the spring of the unknown depth. Despite best efforts of adventurous cave divers, they have never managed to reach the bottom due to underwater caves.
No wonder, this landscape has been protected as the significant landscape since 2000. Make sure to add it to your bucket list when visiting the region and every season has its advantages – the magnificent greens in the spring, the refreshing water in the summer, all shades of yellow, red and brown in the autumn and peace and serenity during the winter.