What are The Kornati?
The Kornati archipelago of Croatia, also known as the Stomorski islands, is located in the northern part of Dalmatia, south from Zadar and west from Šibenik. Really an appealing destination for sailing.
The Kornati Islands are a collection of hundreds of largely uninhabited islands.
Perhaps the most famous example of an offshore National Park, the one that all of the sailing guides will point you too, is the Kornati National Park.
Where once forests stood, there now lies bare and arid land that creates a beautiful contrast to the blues and greens of the crystal clear waters.
Here in the Kornati you can also find the Krka National Park, which is accessed by sailing up the Krka River to the small marina at Skradin. From here you can take a mountainbike or ferry boat up to the beautiful Krka Falls. You can read more about the Krka Waterfalls in another blogpost.
Take your time to sail these islands because they are worth every minute you spend on them! Cruising area of Kornati islands, islets, rocks and cliffs, has turned into a really memorable perceived, one of those dreams again.