Despite all this, the Kornati Islands are still renowned for their natural beauty.

The seemingly completely bare islands of karst limestone hide many sinkholes, sinkholes, and small caves on their surface. Perhaps the most distinctive are the vertical walls of the "kruna", those picturesque cliffs on the outer sides of the islands that look out to the open sea and, on the island of Klobuńćar, reach a height of 82 metres. It is these 'krune' islands that give Kornati its name - the crowned islands.

The Kornati Islands are a truly unique sight from up high, so we recommend you climb to the top of one of the islands and watch the sunset overlooking the archipelago, it's a scene you'll never get tired of.