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Just the panorama of Kornati is breathtaking, but as you get to know the islands better, you will realize they are an exceptional gift of nature.
WHAT TO SEE
Kornati was proclaimed a national park in 1980. There are 89 islands, islets and cliffs. Although this seems like a significant number of islands, the continental part forms only ¼ of the total Park area, while the remaining ¾ of the Park consists of the marine ecosystem.
Most of the Kornati islands that are facing the open sea are decorated with fascinating "crowns". The crowns are actually very high vertical cliffs emerging from the sea. The highest of them is 82 meters (above sea level) and is situated on the island Klobučar. The longest cliff is 1350 meters and is on the island Mana. These powerful looking cliffs in some places go down as far as 90 meters below sea level. (Source: Kornati National Park)
In order to see the fascinating cliffs emerging from the sea and the beauty of this unique place, it is best is to take a one-day boat excursion to Kornati National Park. The excursions are organized several times a week. The boats depart from Vodice, Murter, Pirovac, Drage and Pakoštane. The boat excursions start in the morning (between 8 and 9am depending on the place of departure) and the return time is 6pm. The price of the excursion, depending on the place of departure, varies from EUR 30-35. The excursion to Kornati includes boat transportation, sightseeing of the scenery and a number of Kornati islands, swimming, and lunch.
If you love being underwater, we recommend diving in Kornati National Park. This way you can see the beautiful underwater of the National Park up close!
Or perhaps you would like to see Kornati from the air? Then we would recommend a panorama flight by helicopter over Kornati!
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