In the central part of the Croatian Adriatic, there is a separate, but amazing group of islands called Kornati. It reflects exquisite beauty, interesting geomorphology, diversity, and rich marine ecosystem.
Due to these elements, most of the Kornati’s archipelago was declared a national park in 1980.
Diving in the Kornati National Park is allowed with a special permission and a fee of 100 HRK. Wherever you choose to dive, expect a very exciting and unforgettable experience. However, we recommend southern parts of certain islands, as they reach the height of 100m, but also crash into unreachable depths. ‘Walls’ are full of life. According to official data, NP Kornati distinguishes 352 plant species, 13 of which are endemic. In addition, there are three seagrasses. When it comes to fauna, this number reaches up to 850 species. Some of the most notable are: corals (22 species), molluscs (177 species), polychaete (127 species), decapod crustaceans (55 species), echinoderms (64 species) and fish (160 species).
All this makes diving in the Kornati National Park unique. It’s something you just can’t miss out on!