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Telascica Mir Salt Lake

Telascica Bay is a seven kilometre (4 ½ mile) natural channel at the southern end of Dugi Otok in the tangle of islands called the Zadar archipelago at the northern end of the Kornati archipelago. The transition from the lush vegetation of the Zadar Islands to the more barren landscape of the Kornati Islands is quite noticeable here – the slopes that lead down to the shoreline are covered with deep forest and maquis-covered offshore islands rise like grey-brown cones out of the water.  The place has been designated a nature park in its own right, distinct from the Kornati Islands National Park. The inlet is divided into four basins and offers a number of anchorages, some of which have restaurants and other facilities.   Uvala Mira – The Bay of Peace – is at the centre of the park and there is a saltwater lake cut off from the sea by a narrow barrier of rock. The rock is popular with naturists while the lake itself is a favoured swimming spot.  The water of the lake is very salty and is several degrees warmer than the sea in summer and has therapeutic fango mud in its south-eastern corner.



  • At Uvala Telascica, anchor in depths from 2 – 9 metres (6 – 30 feet).
  • The bottom is mud and the holding is good.

To Do:

  • Swim in the warm waters of the salt lake.


  • Restaurants
  • Basic provisions