National park Kornati

In 1980. Kornati were declared as a National Park, because of its exceptional landscape beauty, interesting geomorphology, rugged coastline and biodiversity of the marine ecosystem. The Kornati archipelago is a separate group of islands situated between Šibenik and Zadar islands. They have an area of about 320 km² and include approximately 150 of land, permanently or occasionally above sea, units. This most developed island ecosystem in the Adriatic Sea, which includes 12% of all Croatian islands (1264 islands, of which 67 are populated), has been attracting attention of many boaters, divers, hikers and other nature lovers.

Nature Park Telašćica

Telašćica bay is situated in the SE part of the island of Dugi otok. Thanks to its extreme beauty, richness and importance, this bay surrounded by 13 islands and islets was proclaimed a Nature Park in 1988. The area of "Telašćica" Nature Park is distinctly contrasted area with quiet and peaceful beaches and laid down coastline on one side and wild and rough cliffs on the other. The total surface of the Nature Park is 70,50 km2. The unique bay of Telašćica is one of the safest, the most beautiful and the largest bay on the Adriatic islands, uninhabited and still largely preserved in its natural state. Basic geomorphological uniqueness are the saltwater lake „Mir“ with curative characteristics and arrays of coastal cliffs rising up to 160m above the sea level and falling down vertically up to 80m below the sea level, with various birds nesting. Beautifully cultivated meadows and hillsides are rich with Mediterranean vegetation with more than 300 species of flora and equally rich fauna.

Military underground harbor - tunnels

Military underground harbor indicates the harbor equipped with moorings, that provides ships accommodation, shelters for the crew, their maintenance and the crew training in order to maintain the degree of combat readiness, readiness for performing protection against the effects of enemy attacks, protection of hydro-meteorological (natural) disasters and logistic support relying on the logistic units of Croatian Armed Forces.

Tunnel »Zagračina« – Dugi otok (44°09’06”N, 14°53’44”E) k.o. Soline.
Tunnel »Paprenica« – Dugi Otok (44°07’09”N, 14°56’00”E) k.o. Dragove.
PotTunnel kop »Bukašin« – Dugi otok (44°06’37”N, 14°56’40”E) k.o. Dragove.

The church of Sv. Peregrine and cemetery - Savar

Old Croatian church of St. Peregrine is sacral object of the highest category. It originates from the 7th to 9th century and represents an original type of pre-Romanesque architecture. The church is located in little village Savar, on an island which is now with an artificial embankment connected with the mainland.

Oliveyard Saljsko polje

In the oliveyard Saljsko polje are olive trees up to 700 years old, which represents a unique ecological area. Due to the age and size of the trees this oliveyard was declared a botanical reserve and protected category of significant landscape. Local population calls this oliveyard "olive forest" and it is assumed that first olives began to plant the ancient Greeks, who had estates on the island. A large number of trees belongs to the church and these trees are marked with a red cross. By its age, spaciousness and layout, oliveyard Saljsko polje is a unique botanical, aesthetic and tourist value.

Lighthouse Punta Bjanka – Veli Rat

Punta Bianca was built in 1849. and due to its height of 42 meters represents the highest lighthouse in the Adriatic. In the yard of the lighthouse is the chapel of St. Nicholas, where you can organize a romantic wedding with a view on the open sea. According to the tradition, in its yellow facade was spent 100 000 yolks.