Brijuni islands consist of 14 islands and islets located along the southwestern coast of Istria (Croatia), with the total area of 7.4 km². Total area of the National Park is 33.9 km², and the total length of the coastline is 46.8 km. Biggest of Brijuni islands are Veliki Brijun and Mali Brijun. The coast of the islands is low and rocky. The bays have spots of pebbles and sand. Islands of the National park Brijuni: Veliki Brijun, Mali Brijun, Sv. Marko, Gaz, Okrugljak, Supin, Supinić, Galija, Grunj, Vanga (Krasnica), Pusti (Madona), Vrsar, Sv. Jerolim and Kozada. Fažanski channel, 3 km wide and 12 m deep, separates Brijuni from Istria. Brijuni can be reached by boat from Fažana in 15 minutes. The boat ride to Brijuni is included in the ticket for the National Park. On the island (Veliki Brijun) you can rent bicycles and electric golf-vehicules. Annual mean temperature at Brijuni is 13.9 °C, the average annual rainfall is 817 mm, with an average of 2350 hours of sunshine yearly. The sea temperature in summer is 22-25 °C.