Uvala Dugo Vaca is a cove surrounded by docks, near the village of Drage (Draje), on the mainland, facing Zavinac islands (Mali and Veli zavinac). Approach: no risk. We tied up at one of the docks by 2-3 m. Good protection by S NE W.
Uvala Dugo Vaca est une anse bordée de quais, près du village de Drage (Draje), sur le continent, face aux îlots Zavinac (Mali et Veli Zavinac).
Approche: aucun danger.
On s'amarre à l'un des quais par 2 à 3 m. Bonne protection du S au NE par l'W.
Veli Zavinac (la plus grande) et Mali Zavinac
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