We present you the Kornati National Park

At a constant border of habitation and wilderness, peace and turmoil, wealth and poverty, the Kornati islands have always been, and remained, a challenge to different cultures and different interests in this region.

The incredible combination of nature and mankind which undoubtedly lives on the Kornati for thousands of years, and which is also reflected in always modest, but very impressive buildings, are additional and valuable decoration of the Kornati National Park.

Relatively large distance from the coast, the biological richness of the marine area, pirate attacks, good pastures, restless areas of dry land, barren karst soil, good shelter during bad weather at sea, these are all reasons why the Kornati have been both hospitable and inhospitable area, throughout human history.


2700 h

The sun shines between 2600 and 2700 hours per year at Kornati islands

The whole area of the Kornati islands and Murter has almost the same climate.
The average annual temperature is around 16°C
The average temperature in January is 8°C
The average temperature in August is 25°C
  • The highest recorded temperature at Kornati was 36,4°C
  • The lowest recorded air temperature at Kornati was 3,8°C
  • The sea temperature ranges from 7°C in the winter, to 25°C in the summer


Kornati islands, an ecological oasis, was declared a National Park in 1980, and spread over 217 km2, and have 89 islands, islets and reefs. Intact nature, without stores, cars, electricity, far from the city’s noise, provides you with an unforgettable holiday, with the possibility of enjoying in ecologically healthy food, olive oil, fish, wine… We believe that a picture is worth a thousand words, but we also believe that a picture can not replace the real experience. Therefore, trust us, and visit this uniqueness of nature.


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