Kornati National Park in Croatia: touch the true beauty
Croatia, in addition to an extremely clean sea, a beautiful climate and a sufficiently developed tourist infrastructure, is famous for its unique national parks, each of which has its own peculiarities and its own beauties. Plitvice Lakes, Mljet National Park, Paklenica, Krka Falls, North Velebit – this list can be continued for a long time. Here we will tell you in more detail about the national park of Kornati, known for its 89 islands. It is an ideal place for diving, sailing and, in general, true connoisseurs of outdoor activities.
Kornati National Park in Croatia: features, what to see
The national park of Kornati is extremely diverse, has a very special flora and fauna. Eighty nine islands are not joke at all, there are lot of opportunities for diving, sailing, yachting, countless walks and jogs. The sea bottom in the water area of the national park is very rich in reefs and fish, so diving enthusiasts will be 100% satisfied.
In Kornats there are high cliffs, it’s worth seeing the “crowns” – unusual rocks “growing” right out of the sea, the remains of Illyrian settlements, and the fortress of Turet: the construction of the Byzantine era.
Bays of Kornati are incredibly beautiful: there are not many places to see such enchanting views and landscapes as here. Transparent, literally azure Adriatic Sea, endlessly stretching islands. You can anchor in a bay, or dock in marina, if you are traveling on your own or rented yacht. For yachtsmen it is absolutely necessary to include Kornati in the route of their sailing itinerary: you will definitely remember these incredible impressions for a long time!