Rocky but accesible inland of the district of Kali, as well as the whole island of Ugljan is criss-crossed with many paths suitable for strolls and cycling tours. Lovers of Mediterranean landscapes can enjoy unforgettable sweeping views, out of which the most impressive one is the one from the Venetian fort St. Michael (18th century).

Sport fans and adventurers will surely be satisfied with the mountain trails passing through the mountainous terrain where good hiking boots are needed (the terrain is stony, full of cracks in limestones and awry). Interesting things on these trails are: Karst phenomena, Željina rocks (rock climbing climbs), visiting the Great cave, panoramic views, vegetation of coastal macchia, rural agglomerations.

  There are more tourist paths (less demanding climbs)   passing through centuries-old olive-groves (where   we get our high-quality and aromatic oil) that have   sweeping views of Kornati and other islands of the   Zadar archipelago, as well of the rural   agglomerations… Passing there it is quite possible to   reach sacral buildings hidden in the pine woods (St.   Pelegrin, St. Jerolim, Lady of Loret…)

Walking along the coast one can see the sights of the coastal area of the north-eastern part of the island, beaches, certain towns and their historical and cultural sights, ports, pine woods…

If you want to know precise details on every path and the descriptions of all interesting things, you can find it in a Trekking & Mountain biking map of Ugljan and Pašman that is available in our tourist agency.

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