Nice coves and beaches are major attractions of Molat, which is also a destination of boaters and sports fishing enthusiasts...
MOLAT is an island in the Zadar archipelago, southeast of the island of Ist, separated from it by the Zapuntel strait. The relief is characterized by two limestone ridges (the highest peak Knižak, 142 m), separated from each other by the Zapuntel-Brgulje valley (Zapuntel Field); the Bay of Brgulje is its south-eastern submerged part. Molat is mostly under young forests and underbrush. Its mostly low north-eastern coast is indented with numerous coves (the largest cove is Jazi); the steep south-western coast, overlooking the sea, is less indented. The villages of Molat, Zapuntel and Brgulje are situated in the interior of the island; coastal hamlets developed around their piers.
In 1151 the island became the property of the Zadar-based Benedictine monastery of St. Krevan; from 1409 it was under the power of Venice, which leased it to several families from Zadar. During the Italian occupation in the period 1941-1943 Molat was a concentration camp.
Nice coves and beaches are major attractions of Molat, which is also a destination of boaters and sports fishing enthusiasts. The Bay of Brgulje provides docks and shelter from the bora.
get the best deal
& the best yacht