Otok Olib is located E of O. Silba. It belongs to Zadar archipelago.
The island has been inhabited since Roman times. The residents bought their island in 1900. The only village on the island was established around the port. To the east of the island you will find some small hidden bays, facing the islands Pohlib, and Planik Planicic. N of the islands found Olib Iorovnik and Sip. You can buy fresh fish from fishermen, but also oil, wine and cheese made at home. In addition to diving and fishing, we recommend you to surf the waves if you have your board.
Sud de Olib
Planik vue du NE
Planik vue du NW
Otok Olib se trouve à l'E d'O. Silba. Elle apartient à l'archipel de Zadar. L'île est habitée depuis l'époque romaine. Les habitants ont acheté leur île en 1900. Le seul village de l'île est établi autour du port. A l'est de l'île vous trouverez quelques petites baies cachées, face aux îles Pohlib, Planik et Planicic.
Au N d'Olib on trouve les îles Iorovnik et Sip.
Vous pourrez y acheter du poisson frais chez les pêcheurs, mais aussi l'huile, le vin et le fromage faits a la maison. Outre la plongée et la pêche, nous vous conseillons de surfer sur les vagues si vous avez votre planche.
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south along the coast. For
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