Otocac is a town in Croatia. It is located in the northwestern part of Lika. The town had 4,350 inhabitants in 2001, with 10411 people living in the municipality alone, most of them being Croats, 91% of the population in this case. Otocac is located in the western part of the Gacko karst area, between Mala Kapela and Velebit, at an altitude of 459 m. The town can be found south of Senj, northwest of Gospic and west of Plitvice.
Otočac is located in the mountainous region of North Dalmatia in Croatia, in the northwestern part of the historic Lika region. The town has 4,300 residents, with barely twice as many people living in the entire municipality. Like many towns around, most of the population is Croatian, 91% in this case. Otočac is located in the western part of the Gacko karst domain. The town sits between the Mala Kapela and Velebit mountain ranges, at an altitude of 459 m. Otočac is located south of Senj, northwest of Gospić and west of the Plitvice Lakes National Park.
If there is one monument to visit in Otočac, the church is undoubtedly the most important local attraction. The Baroque parish church of the Holy Trinity, an imposing building, was built in 1684 and restored in 1774. It has a rounded sanctuary and a wide nave surrounded by three chapels. Its bell tower rises from the main façade and dominates the city.