Start of the trip is Biograd na moru. From here you have the ideal starting point to take the course "Kornati Islands". The first stage is the island Zut, especially the beautiful bay of Hiljaca in the southeast, where you will find secure anchorages. You can also use the buoys from the hosts in case you want to eat in the rustic Konobas.
National Park of Telascica
We continue to the National Park of Telascica via Sali on the north east coast of Dugi Otok Island. Enjoy the scenic bays at the numerous berths. Telašćica Bay is one of the most beautiful and safest natural harbors on the Adriatic coast. A spectacular nature awaits you: six islands, up to 161 meters high cliffs, over 20 bays for anchoring. Compared to the barren Kornati islands, you will find a lush vegetation on the mountains of the islands.
Island of Pag
The island of Pag, which has a length of 64 kilometers and a width of 1.5 kilometers at the narrowest point, is also known for its cheese, made from sheep's milk 'Paski sir'. Regarding the vegetation, the island is divided: in the east, you will find bare rocky landscapes while the western part of the island is covered with pine forests.
Pag with its almost 9,000 inhabitants offers quiet sandy beaches on the one hand, but also party regions on the other. Novalja with its beach Zrće, for example, is especially popular among young visitors and a hot spot for parties in summer.
Islands Silba and Olib
The smaller islands Silba and Olib are worthwhile to visit before going on to the south of Mali Losinj. In the identically named city there are many restaurants, cafes and country-style conobas in the harbor - a small pulsating town in the evening, which invites you to stroll around.
Located north of Zadar, the island of Vir invites you. Enjoy a beach holiday before you visit the town Zadar. With going back to Biograd na moru, you have reached your last station.