In the central Adriatic part in Croatia, where the Sibenik and Zadar islands meet, there is a distinct and in many ways special group of islands called Kornati. Owing to remarkable landscape beauties, interesting geomorphology, great indentedness of the coastline and especially rich biocoenoses of the maritime ecosystem, a major part of the Kornati maritime zone was proclaimed a national park in 1980. Today, the Kornati National Park spreads over the surface of c. 220 square kilometres, and includes c. 89 islands, islets and rocks. 

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