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Zadar: Full-Day Sailing Trip to Kornati375 Reviews
Sail to Telašćica Nature Park on a day trip from Zadar and marvel at the landscapes of the Kornati archipelago. Get some free time to swim and snorkel, see the best-protected natural harbor of the eastern Adriatic and visit the saltwater lake of Mir.
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- Zadar: Full-Day Sailing Trip to Kornati
- Swim and snorkel at attractive sites in the Telašćica Nature Park
- Sunbathe on board a boat as it cruises through the Kornati archipelago
- Go to a donkey reserve and visit the saltwater Lake Mir
- See the vertical drops of the 'Devil's Cliffs'
DescriptionSail toward the southern part of Dugi Otok Island. This is where the sea embraces Telašćica, whose name derives from the Latin 'Telagus' (meaning 3 lakes). Relax on the boat with a book or sunbathe on deck. Enjoy views of the picturesque Mediterranean landscapes along the way. Chat with the skipper if you are interested in sailing and hear all the secrets of their ancient craft. Upon arrival at Telašćica Nature Park, enjoy some free time to swim and snorkel. Go for a stroll and give a treat to the timid donkeys. There's a donkey reserve within the park and the coastal (or Dinaric) donkey is an indigenous Croatian breed. Currently, there are 14 donkeys living in Telašćica, while the entire area abounds with flora and fauna. The park has 3 smaller bays within its wider area. Telašćica is the largest and best-protected natural harbor on the eastern coast of the Adriatic. It has 5 islets, of which the small rock slab of Taljurić is the most extraordinary. Continue to Lake Mir in the southwestern part of the park. The salt waters of the lake derive from the underground canals that connect it to the sea. Archaeological excavations made in the area indicate the place was inhabited in the earliest periods. On the return journey, go to Stene (also known as the 'Devil`s Cliffs'). Marvel at the vertical cliffs that rise up to 61 meters from the sea. They spread from Mrzlovica Cape on the northwest to the slopes of Veli Vrh on the southeast.
IncludesBoat with skipper Fuel Insurance VAT Fishing equipment Snorkeling equipment
- The skipper has the right to make changes to the route for the safety of the group