Kornati are a dreamscape, a surreal, natural archipelago of more than 140 uninhabited islands so stunning in their beauty that a legend claims that God, having created the world, still had a few gems in his hand, so he threw them over his shoulder into the sea, creating Kornati.
Today the Kornati National Park occupies an area of about 220 km2 (54.000 acres). More than 140 islands, islets and reefs that sprawl over 238 km of coastline, creating the most indented group of islands in the Mediterranean! The land portion of Kornati National Park covers less than 1/4 of its total area, but the sheer variety of its landscapes and magnificent cliffs that face the open sea have made it a magnet for naturalists, divers and photographers. The magnificent geomorphology of the Kornati sea bed attracts divers from all over Europe to enjoy unforgettable adventures.
A motor boat day tour of the islands is a thrilling way to experience Kornati, as you sail under spectacular cliffs and around amazing moonscape islands. The journey starts from Zadar (or Biograd) and takes you to all of the main sites of the northern part of the National Park: Proversa passage, Sestrice lighthouse, Tanjurić rock, cliffs of Mana island and the beautiful Lojena beach on Levrnaka Island. As an optional extra, we can head to a local tavern to enjoy some of Kornati's fabulous seafood! Or lamb, that the islands are equally know for! For those who love the sea, our motor boat tour is the best way to experience the essence of the Adriatic and to see as much of the archipelago as possible in one relaxing day.
The program, at extra cost, can include Telašćica Bay Nature Park or a cruise around the entire Kornat Island, the largest island of the group.