ŽUT-SIT ARCHIPELAGO

Significant landscape Žut-Sit archipelago is declared as a protected area in 1967.

Significant landscape Žut-Sit archipelago is declared as a protected area in 1967.

Žut-Sit archipelago consists of 35 islands, which are not included in the  the National Park Kornati and/or the nature park "Telascica", covering an area of ​​1933.64 hectares. Žut (Lat. lunctus, attached) is the second largest (14.82 km2) and the second highest (176 m) island in the Kornati archipelago with the highest proportion of arable land. It is situated along the island of Kornati, separated from it by Žutski channel.
This site is a particularly important habitat of dolphins. Sit Island and adjacent islets are the smallest among the group of Kornati islands and closest to the land.
From the island of Pasman they are separated by Srednji Channel, and from the island of Žut, with Sitsko-Žutski channel with many scattered shoals and reefs.

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