Just off the Zadar coastline is an island archipelago that stretches along the northern coast of Dalmatia. Consisting of more than one hundred islands and islets, the islands offer pristine beaches, peaceful getaways and prime locations for docking and launching your boat excursion.
It is a unique phenomenon of more than one hundred islands and islets gathered on a relatively small area.
The pearl of the Zadar archipelago is Kornati the National Park and a group of 89 uninhabited islands. Some larger islands like Dugi otok, Ugljan, Pag or Pasman also offer various possibilities typical for an archipelago: numerous hidden places, bays, beaches where you can spend a peaceful and quiet day in idyllic solitude. Most of these islands are uninhabited, so those who visit them by boat can find many examples of natural authentic landscapes and scenery untouched by human hand.
It is the islands that make this region special more than 300 of them form one of the densest groups of islands on the Adriatic. Pag, Dugi otok, Ugljan, Pasman, Vir, Silba, Olib, Molat, Premuda, each one of them has its own story and curiosity, and all of them are worth seeing.