Kornati islands. A paradise for Beyonce, Tom Cruise or Giorgio Armani

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Kornati islands. A paradise for Beyonce, Tom Cruise or Giorgio Armani. Read about this wonderful place in the Mediterranean Sea.

Kornati is an archipelago located in central Dalmatia in Croatia, south of Zadar and Sibenik ports. Eighty nine islands, islets and rocks, with 238 kilometers of coastline. Kornati archipielago has been listed as one of the best marine ecosystems and beautiful parks.

According to official statistics, in July 2013 Croatia was visited by 75,000 tourists (65,000 from abroad), who were in love with its beaches. That represents three percent more than last year, and the vast majority are people who repeat the experience.

The most popular islands to explore by boat are the southern Brac, Hvar, Korcula and Mljet. The islands are scattered closer than ten nautical miles, along a coast that hides hundreds of intact beautiful places which can be reached only by boat. In the country there are already dozens of rental companies with their sailing boats, motor boats, catamarans, luxury yachts and many quite well equipped marinas.

Croatia is in vogue and everybody loves it, from celebs and millionaires to young people. In fact, Bill Gates is these days in the Croatian coast. In past summers Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, the manager of Formula One Bernie Ecclestone, and artists such as Tom Cruise, Eva Longoria and Giorgio Armani.

For example, Beyonce has visited the country in 2009 and 2011 with her husband, rapper Jay-Z.

Definitely, Kornati is a paradise. Would you like to visit it?

Here, a video of this marvelous place:

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