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Apartment for rent in Croatia. Guduće 5 km from Ugljan: Beautiful 2-family house. In the hamlet Muline 2 km from the centre of Ugljan, 1 km from the centre of Muline, in a quiet, elevated position, 150 m from the sea, 150 m from the beach, located by the road. For shared use: well-kept garden with lawn 400 m2. Barbecue house, parking at the house. Shop 1 km, restaurant 1 km, pebble beach, rocky beach 150 m.

2-room apartment 40 m2, on the ground floor, tasteful furnishings: living/dining room with 2 sofabeds and satellite TV. Exit to the terrace. 1 room with 1 double bed. Open kitchen (2 hot plates, dishwasher, freezer). Bath/WC. Terrace 10 m2. Terrace furniture. View of the sea. 1 pet/ dog allowed.

Small, busy, family-friendly resort and bathing resort with 1’000 inhabitants, in the northern part of the island, directly by the sea, 10 km north-west from Preko, 18 km north-west from Kukljica. In the resort: grocery, post office, bank, restaurant, bar, disco, folklore evenings, concerts, evening entertainment, museum, attractions. Besides: pharmacy 10 km, doctor 10 km. More possibilities for shopping and entertainment 6 – 18 km.








  • Air Conditioning
  • Barbecue
  • Bath
  • Hairdryer
  • Heating
  • Kitchenette
  • Public Parking
  • SAT-TV
  • Seating Area
  • Seaview
  • Shower
  • Terrace
  • Washing Machine

Island Ugljan

Island Ugljan

The island of Ugljan is a part of the archipelago of Zadar and the closest island to the cultural and economical centre of the County- the town of Zadar, only few NM away. The island has seven villages. The town of Ugljan is the biggest and it is placed in the NW part, the part that has the most hours of insulation in the entire area thanks to its position.
In many angles and numerous coves there are nine idyllic parts that make the town of Ugljan (Ceprljanda,Lucino selo, Batalaza,Susica, Gornje Selo, Muline, Guduce, Fortostina, Varos)
About 1000 inhabitants live here, and they are mainly occupied with agriculture, fishery and tourism.

The traditional hospitality of the inhabitants will soon drag you to the typical island family and very soon you will feel like you were born in here.

We hope that this web site will make you think about Ugljan as a future destination for your well earned vacation and that we will have the honor to be your host and that we will give you everything that you expect.

Sports & nature

he island of Ugljan and also the town of Ugljan have dense and diverse Mediterranean vegetation, so the island of Ugljan is also called "The green island". Covered with Mediterranean bush, pine forest, many olive-groves, fig-groves and vineyards. There are also spices and herbs in the stony landscape of the island (timjan, mirta, sljez, smilje, vrijes, kupine, lavanda, ruzmarina...) For its temperate climate the island of Ugljan is home to many species of birds, and the rich undersea world is also preserved. Ecologically clean undersea area of the island of Ugljan is home to many species of fish, shells and clamps and corals as well, and it is a real discovery to all the admirers of nature.

Nightlife info

Entertainment is vital part of whole experience of vacation in the town of Ugljan. Traditional public festivities, exhibitions, concerts in churches, spectacles in summer scenes and hotel terraces, disco in open space are part of entertainment and fun that Ugljan has to offer.

Culture and history info

Ugljan was inhabited since early stone age and as proof of that we have some artifacts around 3000 years old, and two unexploited caves (Karinja jama and a cave on Farca) probably have even older artifacts. First traces of the name of island we find at roman PLINIUS that says that there is an island of Lissa opposite Zadra. First known people that lived in Ugljan were LIBURNS , one ILIRIC tribe. In 4 th century BC they built a village in the hill Čelinjak and fortified it, that wall and some square houses stand even today. Second Liburnian village was built in the hill of Kuranj. It got its name by the wall that has the shape of the ring (lat.corona) that can be seen even today. The Liburns were mainly involved in fishery, agriculture and cattle raising . Romans conquered Ugljan by the middle of ! th century BC. By one colonist named GELLIA the territory of GELLIANUM POSUM got its name. The land of Ugljan was added to the communal land by the authorities of the roman colony of Zadar, divided into peaces 714x 714 m, and given to its citizens. The inhabitants of Iliric tribe of Liburns were probably left in the margins of the town, occupied in cattle raising, fishery or working as hired laborers of the new roman colonists. The colonists were building VILLAE RUSTICAE, buildings for living and working, and there are still about ten ruins of them. The biggest is villa in GOSPODSKA GOMILA PREMA PUNTI Supetar and STIVONU in MULINE where you can find ruins of the roman olive mill, villa in BATALASKA VALA, villa in FORTOSTINA, villa in LADINA NJIVA and ĆINTA in CEPRLJANDA ecc. In early Christian times by the end of 3 th century AD three nave basilica was built and it served as church by the end of 17 th century. In early medieval times the Croats started to inhabited Ugljan and remains of many stone ornaments and names testify to that We also have testimonies of about 44 priests and glagolic written heritage. The majority of the land is still possessed by the town of Zadar that gives it or gives it on lease to famous aristocratic families that in 16th .and 17 th .century build their castles. The castle of the family CALIFFI, later BERŠIĆ, today castle KREŠIMIR ĆOSIĆ in GORNJE SELO, castle of the family LIPEUS in BATALAZA today villa STARI DVOR, castle of the family DAMIJAN VRGADA today VILLA OLEANDAR, castle of the family BARTOLOZZI, later MEDOVIĆ, today owned by the family of Crnosija in Lucino Selo, castle of the family PONTE today owned by the family Stipanic, castle of the family STOCCO today restaurant, KAŠTEL in CEPRLJANDA changed several owners, castle of the family VLATKOVIĆ called KRANJAC, castle of the family BENJA later sold to the family FERRA in CINTA. Natives were free, they had their houses some land, free food for the cattle and they worked the land owned by aristocracy or church, mainly possessed by several convents of Zadar. In the year of 1905.the inhabitants of Ugljan became owners of the land that they worked until then for the land lord Medovic. By the end of the 19 the century first inhabitants are leaving the town and becoming seamen are going over the ocean. From the money they earned they built new modern houses in which many of the guests and tourist of Ugljan come even today.
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