Kornati Islands Escape

The Kornati Islands form the archipelago that lies between Pag (in the North) to Sibenik in the South, including the beautiful Kornati National Park. With hundreds of islands to explore, this area offers a chance to eschew technology and truly get off the grid – in some of the more secluded areas you could go a whole day without seeing another soul, a real escape from reality!

These islands of the National Park have some fantastic marine life (if that’s what you’re into) and since many of the islands aren’t inhabited you may well feel like an explorer discovering a new world!

What’s the weather like?

The weather is a great pull for Croatia, with low 20’s in May and October and a lovely 30 degrees plus in peak summer. The prevailing wind in Croatia is a north westerly, with an average of a force 4 to 6. A wind to keep an eye out for is, the ‘Bora’ which is a north easterly that can be a surprise for those who’ve not checked their forecasts.

National Park Fees

Along with the perks of the National Park there is a fee to pay which you can read more about here. Please do also be aware that you will be required to pay marina and port fees. These fluctuate depending on the size of the yacht and location, but can be anywhere from £20 to £80 per night. The facilities in Croatia are, in general, very good with showers and shore power widely available.