National Park Kornati Islands
The Kornati archipelago which area extends over 230 square kilometres, is the most beautiful group of islands of the Mediterranean coast which include about 150 uninhabited islands, islets and coves. As the largest and densest archipelago in the Adriatic Sea, Kornati are a combination of beautiful untouched nature, but also very valuable archaeological sites which history dates back to the remains of the Roman Empire. Because of the beauty, interesting geomorphology and the ecosystem, most of the Kornati archipelago was declared a National Park in the 1980s. On request it is possible to rent different boats with or without a skipper.
- Boat ride on the coast near Zadar and the uninhabited islands
- Swimming and diving in the sea
- Walking around the island