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getting to the kornati islands
About 10 miles to the south of Biograd is an amazing group of islands named the Kornati archipelago. In 1980 an area of about 220 square kilometres was designated a national park, containing 89 islands, islets and reefs comprising the most indented group of islands in the Mediterranean.
The surrounding reefs are considered to be the richest and most biologically diverse in the Adriatic Sea, with divers from all over Europe coming to marvel at it's underwater treasures.
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Naturally enough, the only way to get to the islands that make up the Kornati archipelago is by boat.
We recommend Škver Tours as our local operator for guests wanting to make a day trip to the islands. You can either hire a boat and sail there yourself, or book seats to go on one of their regular boat excursions to the islands - complete with tour guide and additional benefits.