Kornati National Park

Hundred of islands, islets and rocks make a magical stone labyrinth, which is best visited by boat. The biggest island is Kornat after which the archipelago had been named, and although it is uninhabited today, things were different in the past. Today, remains of a Byzantine fort and small church of Our Lady of Tarac prove that Kornat was once a populated and lively island. There are almost 10 marinas in the archipelago, together with excellent restaurants, and scuba diving lovers must not miss visiting the unique marine flora and fauna of the archipelago. So-called Kornati “crowns“, i.e. high cliffs facing the open sea, situated on the outer islands of Kornati, are also a must-visit location.