Family house Marinić is located in a queit and peacefull village Grabovac. The accomodation is suitable for visiting Plitvice lakes, Barac caves and Rastoke (Slunj). There are few very good restaurants with high quality offer nearby. We offer you a 2 double rooms and 2 triple rooms plus extra beds. All rooms have bathroom and sat/tv.
With a surface of 294.82 km2, Plitvice lakes national park is the largest of Croatia`s eight national parks. Plitvice lakes was proclaimed a National park in 1949, also making it the oldest national park in Croatia. In 1979, Plitvice lakes national park was included in the UNESCO list of Word Natural Heritage sites.
Barac`s caves are located approximately six kilometers east of Rakovica (main road Zagreb-Split), a little more than 500 m west of the centre of the village of Nova Kršlja. The entrance to all three caves is located on the north side of Barac`s Brina (mountain). At the very foot of Brina, between the two entrances, there is a spring Baraćevac forming a streak Kršlja together with 2 other springs without names.
Rastoke are made by play of nature on the place where river Slunjčica connects with river Korana. Nature played with blue-green waters of river Slunjčica and spread them in many big ans small waterfals. Rastoke are very similar to Plitvice lakes but mach smaller. For the difference between Plitvica lake and Rastoke, this place are special because of village with many millers.