Kornati National Park
Part of an island archipelago in the Adriatic
The Kornati National Park is actually part of an
island archipelago of 130 islands and islets, located in the Adriatic Sea.
The largest of these islands is Kornati island, hence the name of the national park.
The Kornati islands tend to be rocky and are covered with
Mediterranean scrubs. You will also find numerous olive groves and vineyards, which make for an incredibly scenic
sight. But, there is no natural spring water on the islands, so be sure to bring your own.
|Kornati National Park
features rocky and cliffs terrain, which covers most of
Kornati islands archipelago, located close to the city of Šibenik on the
The island of Kornati where the National Park is situated is
best known for its unique shoreline, which is covered in multiple caves and coves.
The park covers 54,000 acres and offers access to 89 islands
and numerous islets and reefs in the area. The majority of the park is open water, with less than 1 of its space
being confined to dry land. Sea caves, incredible sea birds and a vast diversity of sea life offer you incredible
ways to enjoy the area. This is one of the most popular parks in the country.
Things to see and do in Kornati
Kornati Islands National Park offers you an incredible diversity of islands, spectacular beauty and rich history.
You can explore Greek and Roman ruins; visit the vacation palaces for Europe's aristocracy and more. Kayak, canoe,
swim and fish through the islands.
find islands given over to pastoral splendor, complete with grazing sheep and attentive shepherds, as well as
uninhabited islands that provide views of olive groves and vineyards. None of the Kornati Islands are inhabited on
a permanent basis, though neighboring islands do use some for agricultural