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„On the last day of the creation God desired to crown his work and

 thus created the Kornati Islands out of  tears, stars and breath“


George Bernard Shaw

1. Day      Saturday 18,00 h                check in and introducing with a sailing boat.

2. Day       Sunday   09,00 h                sailing from marina Rogoznica to the island Žirje 15 nm (arriving about 12,00h)

Island Žirje is on the west part of Šibenik islands, turn to the open sea. The highest peak is a Kapie 134 m. Large bays are Mikovica, Muna, Koromasna and Japelnisce on the northwest. Žirje is only village on island. The route connect with Muna, where is harbor for fishing vessels. Remains of Byzantine forte from 6th century are situated at island. 14,00 h sailing from island Žirje to island Lavsa 14 nm (arriving about 10,00h). Anchoring by night in Lavsa

Lavsa is island on the open sea, between Piškera in the NW and Klobucar on SE. With highest peak 111 m. The island features remains of a Roman saltern.


3. Day      Monday     09,00h      from island Lavsa sailing to island Mana 5 nm (arriving about 10,00 h), afternoon sailing from island Mana to cove Kravljacica (island Kornat, Old fortification Toreta) and in sunset to island Levranka 3 nm(arriving about 16,30h), by night anchoring in Levrnaka

In the heart of Kornati islands lies the beautiful island of Mana. Atop cliffs on the northern section of the island lie ruins evocative of much earlier times. Byzantium, Ragusa, Rome, Greece, Illyrium all run throug your mind as you float along the island shore. Walking through the silent ruins, you can almost feel the ancients.

The predominant type is rocky ground with sparse pastures. Only on the NE side of the Kornat island, near the Stativala cove, there are some areas under holm oaks. Red soil fields, mild slopes and coves provide good opportunities for the cultivation of olives, figs, vines and citrus fruit.

From the 14th century the island of Kornat had several names: Insula Sancte Marie, Stomorian island, Tarac, Toreta etc. In the 17th century the archipelago got name Kornati.

The Kornati islands were populated as early as the neolitic, in recent times there are no permanent habitations, the last of them was mentioned in 18th century under the name Toreta. The oldest archeological finds on the islands of Kornat are the remains of Illyrian settlements (Strazišce, Toreta) and stone grave-mounds.

The remains from Roman times have been found on the hill Toreta, at the foot of the hill, on the southern side are remains o fan early Christian church with a semicircular apse.

A smaller church is a Roman votive inscription, on the very hill is a large quadrangular tower, built at the beginning of the middle ages.

A very unique thing to be seen is the so-called Vela Ploca (the Great Plate) or Magazinova Škrila, a 9100m2 large bear surface of limestone, located near Metlina (237 m), the highest peak on Kornati.

Island Levrnaka is one of the biggest and highest islands, from its peaks Svirac 94m and Veli Vrh 117m you have a magnificent view on the most of the Kornati archipelago.

At the opposite side of Levrnaka there is Byzantium stronghold Tureta and small church Gospe od Tarca. Tureta was built in 6th century   ant its only stronghold on the Adriatic from that time preserved so well.


4. Day      Tuesday     09,00h      sailing from Levrnaka to cove Telašccica 6 nm

Telašcica, large cove in the extreme south of the island Dugi otok; around 10 km long and between 160 and 1800 m wide, with several expansions with sandy and muddy bottoms; the depth in the inner part attains 12 m, and in the outer part reaches up to the 60 m .The eastern coast comprises smaller coves, while the larger coves are on the western part, western part also comprises the small islands Gornji and Donji škoj, the central part the islet Farfarikulac, and the cliffs Gvozdenja and Galiola are on the east. The NE coast of Telašcica is predominantly bare, and the SE part is covered by forest of pine, olive and fig trees. Macchia grows further from the coast. Special natural attraction of Telašcica is a salt lake on the southern part of the cove. The steep cliffs, rising up to 166 m and protecting the cove from the raging sea are very impressive.

The mysterious legends of buried gold and strange original inhabitants with five small horns on their heads fit into this marvelous and beautiful scenery.


5. Day      Wednesday                10,00                from Telašcica sailing to Proversa Mala 3nm and cove Bizikovica 5 nm, about 13,00h sailing to the island Žut 5 nm

Apart from cliffs and the unusual shapes of the islands, another attraction on Kornati are straits Mala and Vela Proversa (the small and Great Proversa). Located between the islands of Kornat, Katina and Dugi otok. Mala Proversa is actually a shallow, dug trough for sailing even in Roman times. Many archeological finding can still be seen there, like the remains of buildings and a vivarium from the 1st century A.D.


6. Day      Thursday   09,00                from Žut sailing to the island Kaprije 23 nm

Kaprije, an island in the central part of the Šibenik archipelago, area 6,97 sq km. The highest peak is Vela Glavica 132 m. In the 19th century the island was owned by aristocratic family Ljubic from Šibenik and family Divnic (Difinico). The first settlers on the island were mentioned in the 15th century. From 1510 Kaprije was the shelter of the refugees from the mainland, who fled from the Turks. The church in Kaprije dates from 16th – 17th century (extended in 1801).


7. Day      Friday        09,00h      from Kaprije sailing to the small island Koromašna 3 nm and afternoon 15 nm to marina Rogoznica

8. Day      Saturday    09,00h      check out