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List of lakes of Croatia

View of Baćina lakes.
Lake Lokvarsko

This is the list of lakes in Croatia. The table lists all lakes with an area of 0.2 km2 or bigger, sorted by size.[1]

Lake County Area
km2
Elevation
m
Depth
m
Lake Vrana (Dalmatia) Zadar, Šibenik-Knin 30.7 0.1 4
Lake Dubrava* Varaždin, Međimurje 17.1 138 n/a
Lake Peruča* Split-Dalmatia 13.0 360 64
Lake Prokljan Šibenik-Knin 11.1 0.5 25
Lake Varaždin* Varaždin, Međimurje 10.1 158 n/a
Lake Vrana (Cres) Primorje-Gorski Kotar 5.8 16 74
Lake Krušćica* Lika-Senj 3.9 554 n/a
Lake Kopačevo Osijek-Baranja 1.5–3.5 80 n/a
Lake Borovik* Osijek-Baranja 2.5 n/a n/a
Lake Butoniga* Istria 2.45 41 n/a
Lake Lokve* Primorje-Gorski Kotar 2.1 770 40
Mljet lakes (2 lakes) Dubrovnik-Neretva 2.01 0 46
Plitvice lakes (16 lakes) Lika-Senj 1.98 503–636 3–46
Baćina lakes (6 lakes) Dubrovnik-Neretva 1.9 5 32
Lake Sabljaci* Karlovac 1.2 320 6
Lake Bajer* Primorje-Gorski Kotar 0.5 730 7
Lake Trakošćan Varaždin 0.2 255 n/a

(* denotes artificial lake)

References

  1. ^ "2003 Statistical Yearbook" (in Croatian).  

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