Vrulije - Sali
The small town of Sali is located in the northeastern part of the island of Dugi Otok in the Dalmatia region. It is the largest town on the island and therefore also the administrative and cultural center of Dugi Otok. Even if the place with its 1000 residents does not seem particularly large, it offers its guests and residents a wide variety of different activities and excursions as well as a rich culture and past. The first mentions of the fishing village date back to the 10th century, which point to the long-standing fishing tradition of the village, which is still the main source of income for the residents today, alongside tourism.
The beautiful bathing bays with fine pebbles, which are surrounded by stony cliffs and lush forests, offer the ideal atmosphere to relax in the crystal clear water and switch off from everyday life. If you want to get to know a little more of the wonderful nature of the island, you can visit the Telascica Nature Park, which adjoins the place or take advantage of the many different sports and water sports offers to get to know the island from completely different sides.
Historically and culturally, you will quickly come across various events, festivals and sights in Sali, of which the famous festival of Tovareca muzika (donkey music) is the most popular. Get to know the diversity of the place with its enchanting charm and discover the calm and relaxed holiday atmosphere that lies over the whole island.
Stringent cleaning procedures are already in-place across all boats globally for the well-being of our crew and guests. These will be further enhanced to meet government guidelines in the UK and Italy which are in place in July 2021 in relation to the COVID pandemic. These will include temperature checks prior to boarding; hand-sanitising stations in public areas; additional deep cleans of public areas including decks; social distancing if required. With each catamaran’s capacity at a maximum of 10 people including skipper and chef, if required in August, guests would remain in catamaran bubbles during visits to vineyards and other on-shore activities.