Dugi Otok is one of the biggest and scenic Croatian islands more than 30 miles long. There are number of tiny fisher’s villages spread along the coastal line of the island, which faces the main land of Croatia. Each of them has a small port and two of them: Sali and Brbinj has a regular boat and ferry connection with Zadar. The island has it’s own network of paved roads.
The opposite (farthest) side of the island is not populated as it ends with a huge rocky cliff.
The unique element of the island is it’s inner salt lake and numerous bays which also look like inner lakes and attract many yachts from all around the world. All together creates a magnificent landscape view. Dugi Otok is also one of the farthest from the main land island, thus one can observe outskirts of the Italian coast, while standing on the cliff.