Курорты Остров Углян
Tourist resort is a settlement in which guests are provided accommodation with meals, catering and other services. In the tourist resort guest has the possibility of practicing sport and other forms of recreation in open spaces, which are adapted to the specific conditions of destination Остров Углян. Tourist resort consists of: reception, catering, sports and other facilities for recreation, different types of units. Accommodation units in the tourist resort can be: rooms, family rooms, suites, apartments, studios ... Tourist resorts in Остров Углян have numerous catering facilities, restaurants, specialized shops, souvenir shops, hair and beauty salons and sports facilities (tennis, football, handball, volleyball, water sports, table tennis, miniature golf, basketball, etc.). Tourist resorts are ideal for sports activities, diving, cycling or sailing, enjoying the aqua parks or participating in some of the fun activities of the animation program. Resorts greatest attention turn to families and children. So tourist resorts in Остров Углян have a mini club, playground, and children can enjoy the imaginative animation programs. If you want to spend a perfect vacation, choosing accommodation in the tourist resort is the perfect choice. We offer a large selection of tourist resorts. Choose your accommodation, book a tourist resort and spend carefree holiday in the beautiful Остров Углян.
The island of Ugljan is one of many islands in Zadar's archipelago. The Zadar canal separates Ugljan from the mainland and a bridge over the narrow passage of Zdrelac connects it to the island of Pasman. Ugljan's landscape is dominated by dense evergreen underbrush, pine forests, Mediterranean culture, and, on its south-western coastline, lime-stone. Here generations have maintained a strong connection to the sea and fishing as well as a 2000 year old tradition in olive-growing. Throughout the years, hundreds of thousands of olive trees were planted which, to this day, produce oil of intense quality and aroma.
All of the towns on the island of Ugljan are located on the north-eastern side of the island and they are: Ugljan, Lukoran, Sutomiscica, Poljana, Preko, Kali and Kukljica.
During the renaissance and baroque eras many summer homes were built which belonged to some of Zadar's oldest and wealthiest families.
The town of Ugljan, one of the island's larger towns, has beautiful sandy and pebbled beaches located in its campsites. The many apartments, rooms and villas, mostly situated on the shoreline, offer quality accommodations and a place where visitors can relax and enjoy a holiday surrounded by untouched nature and clear blue sea. Chapels dressed in sculptures, located on the Romanesque arched doorway of the St. Jerolim monastery in Ugljan, are proof of the island's cultural niveau dating back to the Middle Ages.
Preko is the island’s largest town and home to the island's main ferry terminal (to Zadar). High above Preko, in the middle of the island, lay the ruins of the medieval fortress of St. Mihovila which was built in the 13th century and offers a breathtaking view of all of the islands in Zadar's archipelago.
Kukljica is a town located in the Kukljica inlet. Its many inlets and coves, the most popular being Sabusa and Jelenica, make it an attractive tourist destination. Accommodations here include apartments and rooms in a number of family homes and villas.
Kali is a typical small Mediterranean fishing town located in the south-western part of the island in between the inlets of Kali and Batalaza.
Lukoran is a town situated in the Lukoran inlet. Surrounding the town are many lush fields, olive groves and vineyards. The town's economy is mainly based on fishing and tourism.
Poljana and Sutoniscica are neighbouring towns to Preko and, together, is a great asset to the tourist industry. Their many restaurants and taverns offer delicious traditional Dalmatian cuisine as well as wonderful homemade wines.
Valuable sculptures, specimens from the goldsmith trade as well as paintings from the island of Ugljan are included in an ongoing exhibit of ecclesiastical art in Zadar.