About Archipelago Kornati

The archipelago of Kornati, also known as Stomorski Islands, serves as a national park and protected natural value of Croatian state. It is located in northern Dalmatia and belongs to Sibenik-Knin County. Consisting of 140 islands and islets, it is the densest archipelago of Mediterranean Sea. Despite this fact, it rests largely unpopulated, the only settlements being temporary shelters for fisherman of neighboring islands Murter and Dugi Otok. In addition, the old dry stone walls made by shepherds of the past are the only proof of human existence. Campers seeking peace and isolation will find both on Islands of Kornati, but the area is far from being a dull wasteland. Floral and faunal species accompany and decorate the raw limestone of archipelago, providing some rather fascinating sights. Thus Kornati is another place in Croatia which causes awe and amazement, as well as respect for our planet and its unique beauty.

Archipelago Kornati
Kornati, Kornati National park, Croatia

Be Inspired by our Island Zut Gallery

Peace, tranquility and fascinating natural sights. These are features of Island Zut, a picturesque locality and a part of renowned Kornati Archipelago in Croatia’s southern seas. Secluded from the mainland and spared from the crowds, it is an ideal destination for every guest that seeks calmness of mind on vacation. One must only check out our Island Zut gallery below and be assured that this remote site will fill up your mental batteries to full extent. Zut is situated between larger islands of Pasman and Kornat. There is no bridge connecting it with mainland, meaning you will need naval mean of transport to reach its gentle shores. The island has no inhabitants, although fisherman and olive harvesters are not uncommon.…

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