With the length of 45 and a width of 1-4 km, Long Island is the largest in the group of northern Dalmatian islands. The island is full of diversity and special atmosphere, surrounded by majestic steep cliffs (up to 200 m above the sea level) on one side and various coves such as Sakarun and Telašćica on the other.
The pride of the island is Lanterna, the highest lighthouse in the Adriatic (41 m, built in 1849) and nature park Telašćica with the famous salt lake. On the island is located 12 settlements with about 1,500 permanent residents. The main road is connecting all places on the island and provide a fantastic view to other islands and the open Adriatic sea.