Kornati Guide

Kornati Archipelago

The Kornati islands are an archipelago comprising 140 islands, and covering the area of 114 square miles (300 square km). Most of the islands are part of the Kornati National Park, and its natural beauty, numerous coves and crystal clear blue sea, make it easy to see why. George Bernard Shaw fell in love with it, saying:
“On the last day of Creation, God desired to crown His work, and thus created the Kornati Islands out of tears, stars and breath”.

What to see

  • Kornat Island
  • Dugi Otok
  • Golubinka Cave

What to do

  • Explore lovely beaches along Island, enjoy in fresh air and gorgeours nature of Nationl park Kornati
  • Discover Dugi otok and spots around
  • Show natural, handmade cosmetics and food products at family shop Matulic at Pasman island

Where to eat

  • Tavern Opat

What to see

Island Kornat
Dugi otok
Kornati National Park
Golubinka Cave

What to do

Kornati National Park
Lojena beach
Family shop Matulic

*Stop by at Pasman island and shop natural, handmade cosmetics and food products at family shop Matulic

Chill Out at Core Lounge in Vrulje Bay
Unique diving experience in the Kornati National Park

Where to eat

Tavern Opat

In an ambience of unique beauty, a blend of unbelievable blue sea and rocks, this Tavern is incorporated into the natural environment with its building material, respecting all ecological principles.

Restaurant Festa

Seafood restaurant “Fešta” is situated in the inlet of Golubovac on the island of Žut, in the beautiful Kornati archipelago. It is located among hundred-year-old olives on the very coast, with power and water supplied mooring. Cooperation with top quality fishermen guarantees fresh fish and shellfish daily, as well as different preparation techniques.