SPEEDBOAT TOUR TO KORNATI AND TELAŠĆICA
Boat trip you will never forget
Join us on a boat trip and discover true beauty of Kornati and Telašćica. Feel and explore old heritage and beautiful nature of 89 archipelago islands. On this tour you will have the chance to see Telašćica, preserved nature resort, National Park Kornati and Kornati cliffs. You can also experience beach fun at Lojena bay. In village Sali you can experience island life and meet genuine traditions.
Last but not least, you will end the day enjoying the view on the Greeting to the Sun and Zadar Sea Organ.
Tour length: 9,5 hours
- 09:00 departure from Zadar Marina Tankerkomerc
- Telašćica bay, lake Mir
- island Mana
- island Kornat, fortress Tureta
- island Levrnaka, beach Lojena
- village Sali (island Dugi otok)
- return to Zadar
PRICING AND BOOKING
Kornati and Telašćica speedboat tour - a perfect day in your holiday itinerary
WONDERFUL NATURE OF NATIONAL PARK
Kornati and Telašćica
NATIONAL PARK KORNATI
Kornati National Park is unique natural phenomenon consisting of 89 islands and islets. Most of them are owned by the local people from the island of Murter. Typical Kornati landscape is called karst pastures and it is created by regular burning in order to provide food for the sheep. Nowadays, life of the local people has changed and tourism has become their primary activity.
Telašćica bay has become nature park in 1988. The bay is located in southeastern part of the island Dugi otok. This is the largest natural port in this part of the Adriatic, very popular among yachtsmen not only because its beauty but also because it provides secure shelter for the boats. You can simply enjoy sun and clear blue water or explore the park cycling, diving, trekking or fishing.
Lake Mir is a salt lake that lies between Telašćica bay and opened sea. It is 900m long, 300m wide and 6m deep. Due to evaporation and connection to the sea, salinity is above the average. Temperature of the water goes up to 33 degrees Celsius in the summer and that’s the reason why only few species live in the lake, such as algae, eel, crabs and snails.