Sailing around Croatia’s Breathtaking Kornati Islands
Posted on Jan 17 2010
Wall Street Journal journalist Araon Maines praised the beauty of the Croatian Adriatic in his latest article for the US based newspaper. Writing the article the author cruised the Adritaic from the island of Murter to the Kornati archipelago, sailing on board of the old sailing ship. The author wrote that Kornati, specifically thrilled him, and described it as priceless experience and a “must do” of all cruises to all, regardless of the recession.
The reporter described a weekend cruise and tour of the islands and mentioned the delicious food and hospitable locals. While at the same time, describing the Kornati absolutely breathtaking.
Araon Maines was sailing on traditional boats that are unique to the area.
'The jewels of all Kornati islands are the kornati themselves i.e. white rocks and cliffs. Many islands have small hidden beaches where you can swim and laze in the sun. Also it is a perfect spot for diving, as the Kornati Island National Park and is full of marine life.
The author recommends the Adriatic cruise to everyone, and they will certainly enjoy the benefits of the sea, play and study.
Source: Wall Street Journal