Sali

Sali

Sali is the largest village on the island and administrative center of the island. Sali are the door of Kornati!  They are located in the southern part of the island. For more than 1000 years in Sali is developing fishing tradition, what is confirmed by the first written document about fishing in our region. Fish factory Mardešić which produces fish cannery is here more than 100 years. Besides fishing, agriculture and olive is also developed and last 50 years tourism began to develop. The town has one hotel (Hotel Sali) and most of the private accommodation of the island.

We can not talk about Sali and not to mention its most famous cultural event Sali fest - a three-day festival, which is traditionally held in August since 1958. Donkey music soon became the trademark of this event.

Zaglav

Zaglav

One of the smallest towns on the island, located across the bay Triluke. Located in a protected bay, and because of that is a port for connection to the mainland by boat.

Also, it is located on the regional road running along the island and island 's only gas station (for cars and boats) is there.

Žman

Žman

The town and harbor on the south-eastern part of the island, northwest of Sali and Zaglav and southeast of Luka.

By population is second biggest village on the island. The villagers are mostly engaged in agriculture and fishing.

Luka

Luka

City in the central part of the island, and is situated under the highest island mountain Vela straza. The nearest town is Zman (from southeast) and Savar (north-west).

The place is characterized by attractive walkways and natural beaches. Developed tourism, thanks to a safe anchorage bays often yachts. There is a hotel Luka as well as private accommodation houses.

Savar

Savar

Village in the central part of the island, which was first mentioned in the 13th century. It is situated at an altitude of 62 m.
Town is famous for its cave Strasna pec, the first organized excursion not only on Dugi otok but wider, which was visited by Austro-Hungarian Emperor Franz Joseph in 1904.

The most interesting attractions of this place is church St. Pelegrin.

Brbinj

Brbinj

Village in a cove on the north coast of the island, 12 km south of Bozava. At the monent is the only ferry port on the island. Economy is based, as in other places on the island of farming and fishing. The northern part of the bay is protected from all winds, and the exterior is mostly barren.

The only car ferry from Zadar arrives in Brbinj, several times a day during whole year.

Dragove

Dragove

A village in the northeastern part of the island, 4 km southeast of Bozava and 9 km northwest of the port Bribinj.

Soline

Soline

Small village on the north-western part of the island. It is situated in a large bay Soliscica. It was named after the old salt works that are in the bay.

Not far from the sand beach Saharun.

Božava

Božava

A small town and port on the north coast of the island. Near the island Zverinac which is also part of the municipal hall.

The most developed tourist resort on the island, with a hotel complex (Hotels Bozava) and high-class restaurants.

Verunić

Verunić

A village also known as Verona. Small village with landscaped promenade along the sea and two ports in the northwestern part of the island.

Besides private apartment and nautical tourism, Verunic is also known by the baroque church of Our Lady of Carmel in 1697. year.

Veli rat

Veli rat

A village and harbor in the northwestern part of the island on the coast of the famous lighthouse of Veli Rat.

Nature park Telašćica

Nature park Telašćica

Telašćica Nature Park is one of 12 nature parks in Croatia. Telašćica Bay is located in the central part of the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, in the southeastern part of the island of Dugi otok. Thanks to its exceptional beauty, richness and importance, this bay, surrounded by 13 islands and islets, and contains six islets within the bay, was declared a Nature Park in 1988. 

Due to its safety, it is a popular nautical destination.

More information about PP Telašćica can be found at https://www.adamo.hr/telascica-bay

More information about PP Telašćica can be found at https://www.adamo.hr/telascica-bay
 

Bay Dumboka

Bay Dumboka

Dumboka Bay is located in the SE part of the island, only 5km from Sali. The bay is accessible by car and a popular place for a quiet holiday.

There are 5 holiday houses in the bay. 

Island Lavdara

Island Lavdara

The island of Lavdara is a small island in the Adriatic Sea lying southeast of Dugi otok, parallel to its eastern end. It is separated from Dugi otok by the Lavdarski channel, which is 1100 m wide. It is 3 km long and 1 km wide in its widest part.

It is available by boat (own transport). It can be reached by boat in 15 minutes from Sali, the nearest inhabited place on Dugi otok. 

Island Krknata

Island Krknata

The island Krknata is an uninhabited island near Dugi otok with several Robinson vacation homes.

Its area is 0.392 km2, and the length of the coastline is 3.44 km. The nearest settlement is Žman.