Island of Zvërnec
|Native name: |
Ishulli i Zvërnecit
|Location||Narta Lagoon, Adriatic Sea|
|Area||0.09 km2 (0.035 sq mi)|
|Length||0.43 km (0.267 mi)|
|Width||0.30 km (0.186 mi)|
|Highest elevation||25 m (82 ft)|
The island is nearly all covered with tall pine trees and is just east of a much smaller island. It is 430m in length and has a maximum width of 300m. Zvërnec Island is connected to the mainland by a 270m long wooden bridge.
The island is a tourist attraction because it contains the well preserved 13th-14th century Byzantine Zvërnec Monastery. Near the island lies the village that bears the same name. The island has an area about 9 hectares.
- Elsie, Robert (2001). Balkanistica, Vol. 13: The Christian Saints of Albania. American Association for South Slavic Studies. p. 39.