Kornati National Park, also known as „nautical paradise“

  • Sail through Kornati islands and Telašćica Nature Park.

  • Jump into the crystal clear water of Lojena bay, the pearl of the Kornati archipelago, situated on the southwest side of the island Levrnaka.

  • Go swimming or snorkeling in turquoise sea surrounded by wild fish.

  • Relax on Lojena beach, the only true natural sandy beach on Kornati islands.

  • Taste local seafood specialties in one of the many restaurants and taverns.

  • Cruise around the island of Mana – island with the longest vertical cliffs.

  • Stop at the fort Tureta (6th century), the most imposing historical building in Kornati with a fantastic panorama view of all islands (perfect place for taking the best photos of your holiday).

  • While cruising ahead to Dugi otok do not miss to notice the well-known stonewall Memorial Crosses.

  • On the way back to port enjoy one of the world's most beautiful sunsets (if you are lucky you might see the dolphins).

Dugi otok - adventure island and well-known Sakarun beach

  • On your way to Dugi otok, ride through the one of the three military navall tunnels, situated beetwen the villages of Dragove and Božava.

  • Go snorkeling around shipwreck which holds many secrets.

  • While cruising ahead to the north side of the island, on your left side, take a look at the lighthouse in Veli Rat - the highest lighthouse on the Adriatic.

  • Take a break at Sakarun beach – one of the most famous beaches in Croatia. The beach gained its reputation with the whiteness of the sand and turquoise sea, surrounded by pine trees that provide a welcome shade in the summer. It is about 800 meters long and at some 250 meters from the shore, it is 3.5 meters deep, which means that the swimming area is extremely large and shallow and suitable even for young children. On the beach are few catering facilities that offer refreshment from the summer heat and light snacks.

  • Continue your trip to less famous but even more beautiful Veli Žal beach situated just opposite of Mežanj island. The beach is a combination of fine white sand and small pebbles. The colour of the sea is a rich blue-green, and it is not uncommon to see dolphins swimming in the distance. The beach does not boast any facilities other than a rustic beach bar, where you can try tasty tuna fish burger.

  • If you are looking for some more adventures you can explore The Golubinka Cave which is situated on the southern shores of Dugi Otok, west of the Brbinjšćica Bay, where it is also the best to anchor the boat even when the sea is calm. Brave ones can also do some cliff jumping.

  • On the way back to port enjoy the view of the old city of Zadar from another perspective, enjoy your time looking at one of the world's most beautiful sunset and listening the Sea organ music.