The closest restaurant is only 50 m away from the ''ENA'' appartments and this is just one of the many local restaurants in which You can try many different but delicious gourmand specialties made from sea food. There are several restaurants in Ugljan that offer domestic cuisine.
The centre of town Ugljan is only 800 m away and the road to it is well enlightened which gives You an opportunity for a relaxed evening walk. There is a vast offer of fresh groceries and everything You may need if You prefer cooking for Yourself rather than eating out. You can also buy freshly caught fish from local fishermen.For an evening entertainment You can choose from different places, including the centre of Ugljan or any of the local towns or villages near-by which are well connected by local bus lines.The Island of Ugljan is also suitable for bicycle rides and long walks through the intact natural landscapes. The near-by islands (Kornati for eg.) and the town of Zadar offer many interesting sights to see.
Ugljan was inhabited since early stone age. First traces of the name of island we find at roman Plinius that says that there is an island Lissa opposite Zadra, inhabited by Liburns, an Iliric tribe. Somewhat later, the Romans conquered Ugljan and the colonist were building Villae Rusticae, and there are still about ten ruins of them. Only 700 m from Batalaa in the cape, that closes the port from the North, there is an ancient Franciscan monastery from 1430 with simple ghotic church from 1447.Monuments from early antics, Villae Rusticae, late antics mausoleum, remains of the late Christian basilica and monumental oil plant from 1 ct in the cove of Muline are testimonies of mankind presence in this area.