North of the Nationalpark Kornati, the 1988 founded Naturpark Telaščica is located. Telaščica Bay in the far south of Dugi Otok is the largest and one of the best sheltered natural harbors on the entire Adriatic coast. The Telaščica bay is divided into many smaller bays, some with buoys. Although the buoys and anchorages in the Telaščica Nature Park are free, an entrance ticket must be purchased for the nature park. These tickets can be conveniently purchased online via mySea.
Tickets for Naturpark Telaščica
The 70 km2 large nature park encloses 6 islands and 25 bays. In the fjord-like Ćuška Duboka bay you can also anchor, but shore lines must be deployed. In the very north of the bay, behind the two islands of Donji Skolj and Gornji Skolj, you are very quiet and enjoy a magnificent night sky, as the surrounding hills keep out the light and the view to the top is so fascinating.
Spectacular are the steep cliffs sloping into the sea on the south side of the nature park. Those who leave their yacht to go ashore will find what they are looking for here as well as those who relax in the warm waters of the "Salt Lake Mir" in the southwest of the Telaščica Nature Park. The lake is quite shallow and therefore always a few degrees warmer in summer than the sea. Not far from Lake Mir is the cone-shaped mountain "Muravjak", from whose 180-meter-high peak you will be rewarded with a great view of the island, the cliffs and the roaring sea.
The Telaščica Nature Park also has a number of restaurants catering to the needs of sailors and motorboat riders.
Below is an overview of the buoy fields, anchorages and restaurants in the Nature Park Telaščica.