Muline is another hamlet of Ugljan on the island of the same name. It has many beautiful beaches, well-maintained trails and also along the coast and inside there are well-kept hiking and biking trails. Boaters also choose Muline as their destination because it has its own port and mooring. Muline is home to the most important archeological site on the island of Ugljan from the 1st century with the remains of a large ancient oil mill producing the famous Liburnian oil, one of the strongest in the Mediterranean, and today a faithful replica of its size.You can reach this place from Zadar by ferry to the island of Ugljan, make a day trip or stay to enjoy the diversity of the whole island.
№393 in Cities of Croatia