Island of Ugljan
Ugljan is an island in the Zadar archipelago. There are nine villages and one town on the island. It is the most densely populated Croatian island.
The island is first populated in the Neolithic Age and is first mentioned by name in 1325.
The island’s economy is based on agriculture, fishing and tourism.
The warm Mediterranean climate allows the growth of dense bushes, pine trees, olive trees, fig trees, vineyards and other Mediterranean vegetation.
From here you can book daily excursions by boat to Kornati national park.
The island is connected with a bridge to its closest neighbour – the Pašman island.