The Kornati archipelago, an isolated island group situated in the central part of the Adriatic Sea, occupies an area of about 124 square miles (320 sq kilometers) and includes about 150 islands, islets and rocks. It is often called the "nautical paradise" of Croatia. Situated in the immediate vicinity is the island of Dugi Otok, with its deep bay, Telascica: taken together the archipelago, island and bay forms an unique natural and cultural entity.
The tour starts in the lobby of your hotel where you will meet a private driver who will take you to the Zadar harbor to board a sailboat. Sailing starts through Zadar channel towards the island of Dugi Otok (Long island in English). After approximately two hours of sailing, as you enjoy the splendid view of islands and coastline from the sea, you will reach the pass called Mala Provesa and enter into the area of the Telascica Nature Park.
Sailing continues along the west side of Dugi Otok, with the spectacular view of the towering, 492-foot high Devil's Rocks, until you reach a magical bay where you can have your first swim in the deep blue sea.
After a short stop, sailing continues to Telascica Bay, where you will disembark from the boat and have some free time for sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling and exploring the park. We suggest swimming in the salt lake and lunch in local restaurant.
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