Unique tour around the Long Island, discovering private bays, beaches, and secret places. JUMP from the cliffs and DISCOVER majestic Golubinka Sea Cave, the biggest and most exciting cave in the whole archipelago, SWIM in the crystal-clear sea on Great White Stone Beach Veli Žal, SNORKEL at the shipwreck with wild fishes, RELAX at the sandy Sakarun Lagoon, SEE the highest lighthouse in Croatia, RIDE through military tunnels, MEET Božava village, and island lifestyle… This tour will make you FALL IN LOVE with Zadar Archipelago over and over again.
The Island of Ugljan or Olive Island is known for old traditions of olive oil production, St. Michael fortress, and fisherman’s culture.
Island of Rivanj undiscovered island famous for great fishing spots.
The Island of Sestrunj, well known as a quiet island with only 11 residents it is considered a least populated municipality.
Three Sisters Lighthouse, discover three small islands, and historical vintage lighthouse marking the way between islets.
Muline Bay, enjoy the ride in the peaceful bay between the Island of Ugljan and the Island of Rivanj. Due to the strong sea currents, this may be the coldest area for swimming in Zadar Archipelago
The island of Molat was used as a military island, now is opened for the public with all of its glory and beautiful sandy beaches on the southeast side of the island
The Island of Zverinac hides a long tradition of fishermen and island farmers. Zverinac is famous for the sweetest and most delicious potatoes ‘in the world’ said Mr. Andres a world-known chef.
Punta Bianca- Veli Rat Lighthouse is the highest lighthouse in the Adriatic. For sailors, this majestic 42m high lighthouse is just a transit spot but in reality, it’s hiding breath-taking panoramic vistas on the archipelago. From Punta Bianca you can see beautiful lagoons and even more lovely spots for the best of the summer activities. Legend says 100.000. seagull egg yolks were used as paint to give this lighthouse its yellow color.
Island of Dugi Otok – Long Island, the longest island in Zadar Archipelago, is called the island of contrast due to its beautiful natural diversity, beautiful bays, stone memorials, and cliffs. Dugi Otok will leave you amazed. You will discover sea caves, shipwreck, stunning bays, and sandy lagoons, majestic lighthouse, military tunnel, fisherman villages, and many many more.
Sunken Ship – Legend says ship Michelle got stranded on a shallow sea passage on one stormy night. Today this shipwreck is a great snorkeling spot full of wild fish. Located near Veli Rat, the shipwreck of an Italian merchant ship that sank in 1984, today is very attractive for diving or snorkeling. The wreck is partially above the sea surface so it can be easily located and easily accessible.
Long Island Cliffs, beautiful stone structures formed by nature, wind, waves, rain, sun, and storms from 1,5 meters to 16 meters of height are perfect for cliff and base jumping.
Brbišćica Bay offers enough distance to be unreachable by the crowds but yet to be accessible for boats. Brbišćica bay is overlooking to open sea and the Adriatic Sea is the perfect spot for a beach escape, swim in the crystal clear sea, and relaxation.
Golubinka Sea Cave is completely unique spot. You will swim inside to a beautiful turquoise environment made by the sun rays reflecting on the white pebble and limestone, no words can express that feeling, a must-see. Golubinka on Dugi Otok is by far the biggest and most exciting cave in the whole archipelago. It is around 50m long zigzag through the cave and fallen boulders ending with an opening – a sinkhole. The specialty of the Golubinka is its position over and beneath the sea surface with the entry above it.
The Great White Stone Beach – Veli Žal in our opinion the most beautiful beach in Zadar Archipelago made out of the white sand seabed, white limestone, and white pebble, extremely beautiful.
Sakarun Beach, the best wild beach in Croatia 5th year in the row, is nested in the pine woods with all facilities of a modern beach spot. Sakarun beach is located on the northwest side of the island. It is famous for its white sand and crystal clear sea. The bay is shallow and calm so it is quite suitable for families with children. There are few beach bars that offer drinks and light snacks.
Military Tunnels you can’t see them, you don’t know where they are but still, there were submarines and battleships docked all until recently now days just as a tourist attraction.
Island Village Božava, second-most inhabited village on Dugi Otok – Long Island, administrative and municipal center of North-Western part of Dugi Otok, the place with a long tradition.
Zadar Old Town Sea View, magnificent view to the whole Zadar Old Town, Zadar Stone Walls, Zadar Seaside Promenade (zadarska riva) St. Donat Church, Zadar Forum Square.. and many others.
The Greeting to the Sun and Sea Organ, the monument that introduces us to the music played by the waves, ‘about love, about the sea and the sun, the storms of life’ connecting modern solar technology greeting the Zadar Sunset every day