Sakarun – One of the most beautiful beaches in the Adriatic
The intensity of the colours: the dark green pinewoods, the shimmering white pebbles, and the sea that changes hue during the day, depending on the position of the sun.
Seen from the hillside above the bay, the sea is an intense turquoise-blue, more akin to the Caribbean than the Adriatic. The bay faces south, onto the open sea, and is rimmed by an 800-metre arch of smooth white stone, which in turn is backed by pinewoods. This is Sakarun (aka Saharun) beach, one of Croatia’s loveliest but least-known spots. You’ll find it at the north end of Dugi Otok island, in North Dalmatia, which remains a pleasantly low-profile destination, despite Croatia’s current popularity.
Note: Sports wear and comfortable sports shoes are recommended, Don’t forget to take swimsuit, towel and sun protection, Don’t forget your camera!
Departure from Zadar 9:00
The crew will meet you on the boat, boarding beings at 8:30, the boat will leave at 9:00 and if needed, the boat will stop in the port of Draženica and in Muline (Island of Ugljan).