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Šailovac Island – simply relax and enjoy

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When travelling in the area of Rab island towards Supetarska Draga, you will inevitably pass the small, uninhabited islet of Šailovac. But just leaving it on the starboard side would be a real shame.  Gently shelving sand and pebble beaches invite to have a bath and, at least most of the time, small  dreamy coves...

Silba Island eastern side: For private boats and yachts

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The only possibility for private boats and yachts to berth on the island is on the eastern side of Silba. In the harbour area, it is just a few steps to the Konoba Mul. Those preferring to be self-sufficient or who want to replenish food stocks, will find a small, typical  Croatian market at about...

Silba Island western side: Ferry terminal

Area guide

The ferry terminal is located on the western side of the island, as well as the berths reserved for local people and fishing boats. South of the terminal (0.2 nautical miles) in Pocumarak bay, you will find a couple of anchoring buoys for mooring. Here, you are well protected from the Bora but, when Jugo is...

Sridnjak Island: The ideal place for snorkelling and relaxing

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Most obviously benefited by its advantageous geographic situation, Supetarska Draga on the island of Rab can hark back to a long seafaring tradition. Nevertheless, before reaching one of the oldest villages of  the island, the sailors had to pass Sridnjak and Sailovac first. Sridnjak and Sailovac are famous for their small coves with beautiful sand and...

Adriatic island Silba: Just taking things easy…

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Tradition has it that there are many myths and rumours about the small Adriatic island Silba (”forest‟ in English) which the less than 300 inhabitants have probably introduced into the world during the long winter months. The fact is, though, if you are anchoring on one of the many beaches, you feel like being in...

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