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Among the hundreds of islands only 17 are permanently inhabited and preserve the tradition of “people of the sea”.
Taking over an area of 600 square kilometres, from big islands such as Dugi otok (Long Island) which is about 50 kilometres in length to those, you walk across in half an hour such as Ošljak or the Franciscan Školjić.
Pag and Vir are connected to the mainland by a bridge, Ugljan and Pašman are islands connected by a bridge.
They are picturesque and diverse, from the 150-metre cliffs created by the striking of the waves to gentle kilometre-long coves.