Dugi otok
Guide

Island of Dugi otok

Islands have long been known as an oasis of peace for travelers, giving them an overwhelming experience of relaxation and spiritual and physical rest. Each island still has its “wild” side, as a true evidence of the unstoppable forces of nature – the sea and the wind. Dugi otok is a true example of a place where these two opposites are most evident. Picturesque villages and secluded beaches collide with majestic cliffs and lush vegetation. One of the most beautiful natural resources of Dugi otok are certainly its beaches and bays. Its name literally means ‘long island’ – for it is 45km long – and is known for its vineyards and orchards, Saharun beach in the north, and Telascica Nature Park that covers the southern part of the island. With a population of just 1,500 people on Dugi Otok, the main villages are Bozava and Sali.

What to see

  • Cave Strasna Pec
  • Nature Park Telasica
  • Sakarun Beach

What to do

Explore beaches and caves around the islands, enjoy jet ski, kayaking and picturesque nature that surrounds you.

What to see

Cave Strasna Pec
Nature Park Telasica
Sakarun Beach

What to do

Paddle into history

6 hours

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