KORNATI AND ZADAR ISLANDS SAILING TOUR
Sailing Zadar archipelago
Kornati and Zadar Islands Sailing Tour is combination of luxury, relaxation and fun. We will show you the best of the Adriatic. You will visit islands Ugljan, Iž, Dugi otok, Murter and, of course, National Park Kornati. Cruising along the coast and from one island to the other you will enjoy peace and quiet.
The clearest blue sea, salt on your skin and cool breeze are the ingredients of this amazing vacation. Make sure you have good company to join you on the sailing tour and the rest is up to us! Kornati and Zadar islands sailing tour is the best way to spend your holiday!
Tour length: 8 days / 7 nights
- 1st day – arrival at base port, check in and sailing to island Ugljan
- 2nd day – sailing to island Iž
- 3rd day – sailing to island Dugi otok (Veli rat)
- 4th day – sailing to Sali (island Dugi otok)
- 5th day – sailing to Kornati National Park
- 6th day – sailing to island Murter
- 7th day – sailing to base port (Biograd, Sukošan or Pirovac)
- 8th day – check out and transfer to airport
PRICING AND BOOKING
Kornati and Zadar islands sailing tour – the best way to experience Croatian Adriatic
SAILING KORNATI AND ZADAR ISLANDS
Dugi otok is the longest island in Zadar archipelago. It is 45 km long and has 12 villages with 1700 inhabitants. Dugi otok is a place of great diversity. There you will find sandy beaches on one side and high cliffs on the other. The most famous attractions are Nature Park Telašćica and beautiful sandy beach Sakarun.
Island Iž is located in the vicinity of Kornati National Park. Two main villages on the island are Veli Iž and Mali Iž. Production of olive oil and fishing are main occupation of the locals. This island hypnotizes with its beautiful landscapes,
calming atmosphere and hospitality of the local people.
Murter is best known as entrance to Kornati National Park. In fact, Murter inhabitants own most of the land on Kornati islands. This island is part of Šibenik archipelago. Murter was once famous for its numerous shipyards. Most of them are still active. However, today the island is tourism oriented.