Die Insel hat viele Wanderwege mit wundervollen Aussichten auf Kornati und Velebit. Der Weg zur anderen Seite der Insel dauert eine Stunde lang und führt uns in eine ruhige Bucht Soline (da befindet sich der Heilschlamm), und dann weiter zu Sv.  Ante, Žinčena und Lanđin.

Eine halbe Stunde dauert der Spaziergang in das Innere der Insel und dann kommen wir zu einem verlassenen 400 Jahre alten Ort Pustograd.

Aus dem Hafen in der unmittelbaren Nähe des Campingplatzes fährt jeden Tag um 14.30 das Boot zu den einsamen Inseln Čavatul und Veli Dužac. Einige Seminare werden teilweise auch auf diesen zwei Inseln durchgeführt (der Preis der Rückfahrkarte ist 3 EUR). Einmal pro Woche wird eine kurze Kreuzfahrt rund um die Inseln organisiert (Preis: 5 EUR pro  Person). 

Gäste, die sich für die Aufenthaltsverlängerung entscheiden, können auf der Kreuzfahrt durch den NationalparkKornati genießen. Das Schiff läuft jeden Freitag aus und kehrt am selben Tag zurück (Preis: 25 EUR pro Person). Zwei Kilometer vom Campingplatz auf dem Hügel Čokovac  steht ein impressives Benediktinerkloster, wo Sie eine wunderbare Aussicht genießen können. In der Nähe des Campingplatzes befindet sich das Franziskanerkloster Sveti Duje, wo die Besichtigung einer reichen Kunstsammlung möglich ist.

Für eine Gruppe von mindestens 30 Teilnehmern  beträgt der Aufpreis für Kornati oder für die Insel Vrgada 20 EUR pro Person.  Da der Ausflug den ganzen Tag dauert, werden in solchen Fällen die Seminare am Tag des Ausfluges auf Kornati bzw. auf Vrgada durchgeführt. Die Lunch-Pakete werden mitgenommen.

  1. Kraj – Ugrinić – Pustograd – Lanđin – swimming in crystal clear water by the rocky beach. – Stara kr. – Skalice – Kraj
  2. Kraj – Tkon – Sovinje – Brižine – swimming in a wild bay – Tkon – Kraj
  3. Kraj – Tkon – crossing to the other side of an island and swimming in divine beach – Krušovo – Kraljak – Ugrinića draga – Kraj
  4. Kraj – Skalice – u. Soline, covering yourself with healing mud and swimming – the underground cave Bobića- Sv. Ante – Kolanova cliff – a panoramic road– Kraj
  5. By car or by bus about 8 km – Dobropoljana – V. Bokolj, the highest peak of the island, 272 m with a beautiful view – swimming in Ladići – return to Kraj
Harmony centre
Harmony centre is situated in a camp Torkul in olive plantation by the sea.

Seminars are simultaneously taking place  in a wooden hall inside the camp and in the open  terrace above the sea. Individual treatments are taking place on specially prepeared places. Participants who like camping are placed  in olive plantation inside the camp, marked with three stars. A sand beach is spreading out by the camp and it is suitable for morning walk (Knaipp healing method). It is possible to rent a bike for half a day to give you an opportunity to go to the other beaches and to visite neighbouring towns. For those who prefer staying in rooms, there is a private house accomodation in town Kraj

Campers will be staying in a 3-star camp situated in an olive-grove in Kraj, a village on the island of Pašman, 3 kilometres away from Tkon where the ferry lands. The restaurant and the camp will be easy to find, because they are situated by the main island road and will have a “Harmony Programme” sign. The whole programme will take place in the camp and on trips. Guests who prefer rooms will be situated in apartments in village.

The Krka National Park

The Krka National Park is a spacious, largely unchanged region of exceptional and multifaceted natural value, and includes one or more preserved or insignificantly altered ecosystems. 

The Krka National Park is located entirely within the territory of Šibnik- Knin County and encompasses an area of 109 square kilometers along the Krka River: two kilometers downriver from Knin to Skradin and the lower part of the Čikola River. 

The source of the Krka River is at the base of the Dinaric Mountains, 3.5 kilometers northeast of the base of Knin and 22 meters below Topoljski Slap, Veliki Buk and Krčić Slap, which are noisy cascades in the winter but run dry during the summer.

The Kornati archipelago

The Kornati archipelago consists of 140 islands, islets and cliffs, with 89 of them declared a National Park because of its natural beauty due to its numerous coves and crystal clear blue waters. It spreads over a surface of 220m2 and declared a national park in 1980 due to its unique shape and beauty. 

There are no permanent residents of the islands and most of the area belongs to the people of Murter island who come to tend the olive groves, the vineyards and orchards. 

They have cottages there, which nowdays mostly are offered as tourist accommodation units, specialized for robinson style holidays (self cattering houses with no electic power and running water).

The renowned Kornati „crown“ (steep or sheer rock) which faces the open sea, a characteristic found on all of the islands, is of distinct eminence and value in this region. 

Inlets which stand out due to their magnificent beauty are by far Koromacna, Opat, Stiniva, Striznja, Sipnata, and Lopatica.

Island Vrgada

Vrgada, the small, car-free island is located southeast of the island of Pasman; area 3.7 sq km. A fertile valley stretches between two parallel chains of low hills. The extreme parts of the valley are under water, forming several coves, Sveti Andrija in the north-west, Kranje in the south-east; Luka is one of the biggest coves and is surrounded by islets. 

The island is partly covered with forests (especially in the north-eastern part). The south-western coast plunges into the sea; on the lower north-eastern coast are smaller bays with sand beaches. The island’s only village, Vrgada, stretches to the Luka bay on the north-eastern coast. Chief occupations are farming, livestock breeding, fishing and tourism. Ferry lines connect Vrgada with Pakostane and Biograd na Moru.