About Zadar Archipelago

  • Dramatic and unspoilt Telascica bay
  • Small islands and peaceful way of life
  • The Kornati islands -  150 islands, islets and reefs.
  • Boat trips from the mainland
  • Pearl divers and corals
  • Must visit: Sakarun beach, Dugi Otok

This archipelago includes inhabited islands with pretty fishing villages and the stunningly beautiful islands of the Kornati national park

The Zadar Archipelago is the part of the Adriatic sea surrounding the town of Zadar and includes the famous cluster of 125 uninhabited Kornati islands (a National Park). In addition to Kornati, there are many more islands, and only twenty are permanently inhabited. The largest is Dugi Otok (Long island) which has the beautiful Telascica National  Park with exceptionally clear water and a lovely large sandy beach, Sakarun. The Zadar archipelago includes the quiet and sleepy islands of Pasman and Ugljan that have yet to be discovered by foreign visitors.  Even less known, but cute and charming are Iz, Ist, Silba, Vir and Rava. This is such an amazing and interesting part of the Adriatic and you could write about it endlessly. 

Destinations in Zadar Archipelago