KRAVLJACICA - ISLAND OF KORNAT
KRAVLJACICA (43° 49'N; 15° 17'E), cove on the W coast of the NW part of Kornat (NE of the southernmost point of Levrnaka)
Approach: The same as for Vrulja cove. The ruins of Toreta tower (at an elevation of 58 m), some 0.5M northwest of the cove.
Mooring: The cove is sheltered from all winds except the southeasterlies. Off the houses are several jetties consisting of piled up stones (depth 0.71 m). Anchorage is obtainable off the outer end of jetties (depth 34 m). Larger vessels can anchor off the NE coast (depth 20 m), where it is also possible to secure the boat ashore. Smaller yachts can moor only in the SE harbour of Striznja (depth 22.5 m).
Facilities: Water from the cistern; provisions and other shopping in Piskera marina.
Sights: On Tarac plateau (NW of the cove) is the church of Pohoda Marijinog (Visitation, late medieval), built amid the ruins of a medieval three-nave basilica (6 C?). Next to it are the ruins of a larger building. On the summit of Toreta are the ruins of an Illyrian fortress (about 1000 B.C.), tumuli and remains of Roman buildings. Venetian defense tower was built on the site.