Dugi Otok is an island close to Zadar on the mainland, and is the largest among the islands located in this part of Dalmatia. Its name literally means ‘long island’ – for it is indeed its description (it is 45km long) – and is known for its vineyards and orchards, Saharun beach in the north, and Telašćica Nature Park that covers the southern part of the island. The population is only 1,500 people on Dugi Otok, and the main villages are Bozava and Sali. Dugi Otok is a wonderful place to stay if you’re looking to get off the beaten track! Despite Croatia's obvious popularity, even in the summer months this island truly provides travelers some peace and quiet, although there are some wonderful things to see and do here.
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