Sali is the administrative center and the largest town on Dugi otok in terms of population. Sports, nautical and excursion tourism has been developed.
The tradition of fishing here is mentioned in preserved documents from the 10th century, and this tradition is also represented in the local Mediterranean cuisine. In the summer months, festivities are often held where all visitors can try the best of local dishes.
Of the cultural heritage, one should definitely visit the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary with a wooden altar from the 17th century and Glagolitic inscriptions.
In the vicinity of the town, there is an olive grove Saljsko polje. Some of the olive trees are up to 700 years old, and it is assumed that olives were planted here already by the ancient Greeks. Due to its uniqueness, the area has been declared a botanical reserve.
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