It would have been a shame to leave Dalmatia without visiting the K O R N A T I , archipelago of Croatia which includes 140 islands. The trip was very pleasant due to the family atmosphere that reigned on the boat. We left early in the morning and spent most of the day on the boat, cruising in between islets and reefs, snapping pictures and socializing with other passengers. During our first stop, we reached the highest point of the Kornati from where we enjoyed the mesmerizing view and also took some beautiful pictures, that will be revealed in part 2. There, we swam and dived for almost an hour and after we were on our way to a local restaurant. After eating lunch and visiting the surroundings, the boat stopped in the middle of the sea and we couldn’t resist jumping off the boat in the deep blue water. It was amazing!
Can you see a Lion in this picture?
A few Dolphins welcomed us.
Our little boat in the middle of nowhere.
Pictures taken from the highest point of the Kornati.
Heading to the restaurant.
Small tower Toreta, probably built in the 6th century AD by the Romans.
Small church of Our Lady of Tarac built in the 17th century on the location of an early Christian basilica from the 6th century.
The most impressive yacht my eyes have ever seen, Ti-Coyo.
Approaching the port of Murter.
Thanks for visiting my blog guys and don’t forget to come back tomorrow to see Part 2 of our trip.