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Otok Zut is the second largest island in the Kornati archipelago. The marina at Luka Zut is an ideal stop-over on your yacht charter, a perfect base from which to explore the deserted, rocky islands of the group.  The crystal clear waters and strange, lunar landscape of the Kornati Islands are uniquely beautiful and quite unlike anywhere else you will ever have been. 

There is very little vegetation with most of the islands having only a very thin covering of grass. Only a few trees – mostly holm oaks - grow in some of the more sheltered bays and the only cultivation is of grapes, figs and olives. The bare landscape supports insects, reptiles and birds but few mammals.  The surrounding waters, though, are rich in fish and plant life – because of the national park status of the islands, scuba-diving is allowed by permit only.

There are three diving centres in the archipelago that can arrange permits and diving expeditions in organised groups. The islands were lived on as far back as Neolithic times and were later occupied by the Illyrians, the Romans and, from the Middle Ages, by the Croats.  A number of Roman ruins remain, some of which are now below sea level and on Otok Kornat there is a hilltop castle dating from the early Middle Ages and on the seashore nearby there is a medieval church built on the site of an early Christian church. The church is still used, and every year on the 2nd August a fleet of boats brings worshippers to the church for a special mass.



  • As directed in the marina

To Do:

  • Explore the Kornati National Park


  • Showers and toilets
  • Laundry
  • Provisions
  • Restaurant
  • Water
  • Electricity