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Dugi Otok attracts visitors with its bays and beaches, lush vegetation, and impressive cliffs. In the north western part of Dugi Otok lies the Božava Bay, a famous tourist destination surrounded by pine forests. North of Božava is Zagračina Bay and a military underground harbour which used to be a shelter for the war fleet, built by the former JNA (Yugoslav People's Army). Although it can be visited, the tunnel itself is quite devastated.

In addition to the above, Dugi Otok boasts another unusual attraction. In 1983, an Italian cargo ship ran aground in the area north of the Veliki Rat lighthouse, and the wreck of a ship named Michelle still intrigues visitors today. Although only a mast is seen above the surface, you do not have to dive deep to explore everything Michelle hides, and if you are not able to visit this attraction, check out Gibonni's video for the song "Hey, Vapore", which was recorded right on this shipwreck.

Brbišćica or Brbinjšćica Bay is a small part of the Mediterranean paradise with azure blue sea and the smell of plants in the air. The bay is located on the southwest side of Dugi otok and a dinosaur fossil has been found on its steep slopes. As if that were not enough, two natural phenomena make it special – the Dragon's Eye and the Golubinka Cave.

The Dragon's Eye is a natural pool created by the wear of limestone rocks because of wind and sea. It is connected to the open sea by an underwater path, so, although it is quite deep, bolder swimmers can dive and swim under the rock all the way to the endless blue.

The Golubinka Cave will delight you with a sumptuous range of colours that create sun rays that reach from the top of the cave into its interior. It is possible to enter the cave by swimming or kayaking since the entrance itself is quite narrow, and it is well worth visiting this magical place.

Sakarun or Saharun, as it is called, is considered one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world. The beach is located in the north western part of Dugi otok. Although it is located by the open sea, Sakarun beach is protected by a long bay, so the temperature is always comfortable for swimming. The white sand and unreal clear turquoise sea resemble the Caribbean.

  • visit the military underground harbour – Zagračina Bay (Božava)
  • visit the shipwreck Michelle (north of the lighthouse Veli Rat)
  • visit to the Golubinka cave and "Dragon's Eye" (Brbinjščica/Brbišćica)
  • stay at the Sakarun Beach

The price of organized excursions includes boat rental, fuel, and skipper.

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