You will be impressed by beautiful sand beaches, the most attractive of them being the one in the Muline cove...
UGLJAN, a town and small harbour on the north-eastern part of the island of Ugljan, 11 km to the northwest of Preko. Main occupations include farming, viniculture, olive growing, fruit growing, fishing and tourism. Ugljan lies on the regional road running along the island. Smaller yachts can dock on the landward side of the breakwater; anchoring-ground for larger vessels is provided to the southeast of the small port.
Swimmers will be impressed by beautiful sand beaches, the most attractive of them being the one in the Muline cove. Ugljan has several restaurants offering domestic specialities.
The old Franciscan monastery from 1430 is located on the cape closing the harbour in the north. It includes a one-nave Gothic church from 1447. Interesting Romanesque capitals are built in the cloister. The inner court of the monastery has an epitaph of the founder of the Glagolitic print shop in Rijeka. There are several modest summer villas by noble families of Zadar in the village. Ruins of a Roman villa have been excavated in the Batalaza cove. On Kuran, an elevation southeast of the village, remains of a prehistoric hill-fort have been found.
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