Ugljan is a Croatian island and the first in the Zadar archipelago. It is located northwest of the island of Pasman and southeast of the islands of Rivanj and Sestrunj. Separated from the mainland by the Zadar Channel, it is connected to the island of Pašman by the Ždrelac Bridge. Ugljan is also well connected to the mainland (port of Gaženica, Zadar) with regular all-day ferry and catamaran lines, so it is a great location to enjoy the island, and it is close enough to the mainland for a tour of the attractions and places there such as four national parks (Krka, Kornati, Paklenica and Plitvice Lakes), Nature Parks Telašćica on Dugi otok and Vrana Lake, and the cities of Zadar and Šibenik.
The island of Ugljan offers beautifully landscaped cycling trails - if you want to explore the area of Ugljan, including the entire island of Ugljan and its natural beauties, we suggest you do it by bike. All 9 places, beautiful beaches, sacral heritage, remains of the past, taverns, restaurants and bars can be visited with a two-wheeled means of transport.
Walking through Ugljan, discover paths and promenades by the sea, through olive groves, holm oak and mountain forests, Aleppo pine, along the old dry stone walls to natural watering places, hidden and gentle coves. Along the way, enjoy the scents of Mediterranean plants, lavender, immortelle, rosemary, seaside, mystage... The trails will also lead you to various cultural sights such as churches, monasteries, castles and archaeological sites. On your way you can also relax on some well-tended rest areas and viewpoints.
The rich cultural and historical heritage of the island of Ugljan will certainly please every history buff.