Kornati is group of islands located in central Dalmatia, west of Sibenik and south of Zadar. The archipelago consists of 150 islands spread out over an area of 320 km. Kornati Islands in 1980 were declared as a national park. The total area of the park is 220 km, and consists of 89 islands, islets and rocks. The park area is only about 1/4 of the land, while the rest of the area is the marine ecosystem. Island of Kornat, with an area of 32.44 km, is the largest island in the archipelago and occupies two-thirds of the National Park. The island is 25.2 km long. The archipelago has no permanent settlements. Rich in natural and cultural features. The vertical cliffs of the Kornati islands are one of phenomenon of this park. They are also the habitat of rare species.
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