Located in central Dalmatia, across from Murter, the National Park of Kornati is made up of 150 islands that are uninhabited, except for the sheep. Leaving from the coast, excursions are organised every day. In southern Dalmatia, the island of Mljet and its National Park cover one third of the island. You can swim (in a lake on in the sea). Walks on foot or bike rides.
Mljet National Park can be visited by boat leaving from Dubrovnik or on a tourist boat from Korcula, Hvar and Makarska.© Liane Matrisch - age fotostock
Countless islands surrounded by crystal-clear water with their only inhabitants being sheep.© Liane Matrisch - age fotostock
According to the descriptions in the epic Greek work, 'The Odyssey', Mljet Island is presumedly Ogygia Island, where the magnificent Calypso held Ulysses captive for seven years.© Gunter Flegar - age fotostock
The Isle of St. Mary is located in the southern part of Big Lake. Don't pass up the chance to visit it, as you will discover an old church and a monastery.© ZoonarN Sorokin - age fotostock
With the whiteness of the rocks, the Mediterranean and subtropical vegetation, and the countless islets, Dalmatia really seems like a Garden of Eden.© Gunter Flegar - age fotostock