The Žut-Sit Archipelago

Blue-white harmony

The Žut-Sit Archipelago was proclaimed a significant landscape in 1967, as a part of the nature reserve within the Kornati Archipelago. The archipelago consists of 35 islands not included in the boundaries of either Kornati National Park or Telašćica Nature Park. A special value of the archipelago is many scattered shallows, crags and reefs, as well as meadows of seagrass, which are of the utmost importance for the survival and reproduction of marine organisms and for maintaining marine biodiversity. Ljepotu krajobraza posebno naglašava kontrast morskog plavetnila i bijelih karbonatnih stijena obraslih oskudnom eumediteranskom vegetacijom.