Vrana Lake in northern Dalmatia is a lake and cryptodepression northeast of Pakostane. It is the largest lake in Croatia. With its length of 13.6 km, average width 2.2km and depth if 3.9m it holds an area of 30.16km2. The lake gets its water from several springs and stream Skorobić.
Water levels over the year vary on average 0.95m and a maximum of 2 m.
The lake is actually a karst field filled with water.
On the lake there is a fish farm, and the lake itself is used for fising.
It belongs to the Vrana Lake Nature Park.