The island of Olib is located in the Zadar archipelago, east of the island of Silba. Today it has about 150 inhabitants. The only larger settlement is the eponymous Olib. It is mentioned by the historian of ancient Greece Strabo at the beginning of the new era called Aloip, but it has probably been inhabited since the Iron Age. Croats have inhabited the island since the middle of the 7th century. It was later under Venetian and Italian rule. The island is connected by ferry or catamaran lines with Zadar, Mali Loshinj and the surrounding islands. Driving a car on the island is not allowed, it is only possible to park the vehicle.
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