Area: 5 350 km² (2002.g.)
Population: 53 677 (2001.g.)
Its capital is Gospić
Lika-Senj county - Ličko-senjska županija is a county in Croatia that includes the Lika region and some northern coastline of the Adriatic near the town of Senj, including the northern part of the Pag island. Its center is Gospić.
The county is the least populated and almost the least prosperous one, but on the other hand it includes the Plitvice Lakes and Velebit.
Licko-senjsku zupanija one can caracterize through 150 kilometers of the most nices croatian mountine Velebit and the cleaniest part of the See with island Pag which is one of the various croatian islands. The position of licko-senjska zupanija is between south - jadranskog ( from See) and north - podunavskog (around river Dunav) area of Croatia. The Center of županija, city called Gospić, lies on the end of Likas field on hight of 562 meters above the See, on cross-roads, and on the banks of three rivers: Lika, Novčica and Bogdanica.
Among them a central place occupied Plitvice Lakes National Park, Paklenica National Park Plitvice Lakes National Park and a world biosphere reserve Lakes.
According to the number and variety of protected natural objects and sites of Lika-Senj county belongs to one of the leading, and according to their share of the total surface area, absolutely leading position among the Croatian counties (58% of the surface of all national parks and nature parks in Croatia) and is one of the destinations tourist travel.