Dugi Otok is an island in Croatia located in the Zadar archipelago. Its name translated in English means Long island.
Dugi Otok is the largest island of the Zadar archipelago, and its name speaks for itself. It extends northwest-southeast, in a series in which the north is the island of Molat and the south Kornat.
The west coast is very steep, while the other coasts have a number of bays, among which Solišćica, Pantera, and Telašćica stand out with their sandy beaches. The larger islands nearby include Ist, Olib, Iž, Pašman, and Ugljan.
Among its rich sandy beaches, hidden coves, crystal...