Kornati National Park is situated in the central part of the Croatian Adriatic. It starts in Zadar and ends in Šibenik and it’s made out of 89 islands. Park was named after the biggest island Kornat. Because of the exceptionally intended islands, the natural beauty and rich ecosystem of Kornati were declared a National Park. The crystal sea is full of red coral, shells and various types of fish. In the history the Kornati were inhabited and were a target of invaders and looters like Romans, Venetians and some indigenous people from Zadar. Today the Kornati are inhabited only during the summer. Small rural houses and restaurants are scattered around the hidden and protected bays of the Kornati. The Kornati archipelago is a paradise for boaters, divers and lovers of pure and unspoiled nature who want to enjoy the quiet and solitude away from the civilization.
Islet Taljurić – with its oval shape looks like a plate but it is dangerous for boats because it is often covered with water
Island Piškera – is the second largest island of the National Park. Once was the main fishing center of the Kornati islands with a warehouses for salted fish
Mala Proversa – is a shallow passage between Long Island and the island of Katina, in the sea there are visible remains of a 90 meter long Roman building, which was in Roman times above the sea level
Bay of Spinuta – is a place where you can see the remains of an underwater wall of the old Roman salt pans and ponds
triM Nautica Charter allows you to enjoy a ride in fast and secure boats throughout the National Park
If you don’t have a sailing license, we can arrange for you a trip with an experienced skipper.