The Croatian archipelago stretches from Montenegro Coast in the south until it meets the border of Slovenia and Italy to the north, and holds thousands of hidden secrets.
The Adriatic has more than 1200 large and small islands, of which 69 of them are inhabited.
On many of these islands are small villages, charismatic cafés and small villas and hotels where you´ll find accommodations. The mainland is just as rich in small, hidden treasures where you can and find tranquility.
Kroatiabloggens series "Off the beaten path" provides you with tips to those beautiful places.
On the island Žut, as part of the Kornati National Park in northern Dalmatia, you´ll find Konoba Sandra overlooking the Golubovac Bay. It can be reached only by boat, and there is an ACI Marina close by, so you can plot it as a stopover on the voyage.
If you don´t have your own boat, you have to go from one of the cities on the mainland. Murter, Drage, Pakostane or Biograd na moru.
Konoba Sandra is a family restaurant that has been operating since 1996.
The archipelago is famous for its excellent olive oil, which is a natural part of the food at the restaurant.
The restaurant seats 120 people and most guests are German and French, but also from a number of other nationalities.
Life on Žut is calm and relaxed. The characteristic azure Adriatic, the unspoiled nature and the relaxed pace allows you to easily find tranquility.
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Robinson Tourism conveys accommodation on the island, click here to search.