The island of Zirje is the most distant permanently inhabited island in the Sibenik Archipelago and it is considered one of the Kornati islands (N 43° 39' 15'' E 15° 39' 36'').
Zirje is small adriatic lsland (15.5 square kilometers in size). This adds to its beauty and charm. It is an excellent place for a relaxing vacation at any time of the year. The island is full of beatiful historic ruins, charming nature and lovely beaches.
This is the right place where you can, far from the city crowd, feel the atmosphere of a peaceful and traditional island life!
Besides the fishing wealth of Zirje Aquatorium, the interior of the island is a rich hunting area (hares, pheasants etc.) which makes Zirje an interesting destination for those wishing hunting vacation.
It is also very impressive to see the underwater life in the sea surrounding the island.
If you have your own diving equipment you can visit a protected archeological site in the bay of Koromasnja. At the depth of 40 meters it is possible to see wreck of an antique ship with amphoras.
Along the entire island there are marked bike courses which give you an opportunity to reach most of the hidden beaches.
Their value is recognized in «Tour for Zir» - an Off -Road Bike competition held every year on the last Saturday in September, attracting many competitors from other countries.
During the year, Zirje is well connected by boat lines with the rest of the continent (twice a day) and also by ferry (twice a day) from Sibenik port.
You can reach Zirje Island by personal means of transportation because Zirje has asphalt roads and routes up to 20 kilometers long!
In the port of Muna, on the island, there is a grocery shop. There is also a Café bar «Riva» in the port of Muna.
You can find three restaurants (called «Konoba») in the bays of Mikavica, Koromasnja and Stupica which offer homemade specialties, including fresh Zirjan fish.