The Kornati islands or the Kornati archipelago is the most indented group of islands in the Adriatic, with a total of 150 islands and islets, of which 89 islands, islets, and reefs are located within the Kornati National Park alone, and are therefore rightly called the most beautiful labyrinth of the sea.
Due to its isolation and location in the open sea, Lastovo is an essence a little continent of its own, with numerous traditions that exist nowhere else in the world.
Mljet National Park covers most of the island; several villages, two saltwater lakes – Veliko and Malo Jezero, a Benedictine monastery on the Isle of Saint Mary, and the best natural anchorage in the entire Adriatic in Polače.
The island of Murter is an island in the Šibenik archipelago located near the islands of Kornati, famous for its skilled shipbuilders and beautiful Betina gajetas.
The “lunar” landscape has made this island unique in the Adriatic, and the combination of the sky-blue sea and the rugged Velebit in the background makes for one breathtaking natural scenery.
The island of Rab, i.e. “Felix Arba” as the Romans called it, owes its recipe for happiness to beautiful sandy beaches, rich cultural heritage, world-famous dessert – Rab cake, and Rabska Fjera, the oldest and largest medieval summer festival in Croatia.
The Paklinski Islands
Like playful children, the Paklinski Islands are scattered in front of the dazzling Hvar palaces and the magnificent Pjaca. They were named after paklina, a type of pine resin which was used in shipbuilding by the people of Hvar in the past.
The island of Vis is the perfect destination for exploring places in the interior where you can soak up the authentic experience of the island for hours. After visiting the islands of Biševo and the Blue Grotto, and the lagoon of dreams on the island of Budikovac, you will be left mesmerised by the beauty.