The Dugi otok (Long island) is one of the four islands
that make up the outern row of the islands of Zadar
archipelago. On the island there are 11 settlements, of
which Soline is situated and the northwestern part of
the island in the bay of Soliscica.
Dugi otok is abundant with natural beauties. What is particularly worth mentioning is the Telašcica Nature Park, which is located on the southern part of the island, then a "velo and malo jezero" (big and small lake) near Zman, Solinšcica bay and at the end the bay Sakarun. There are plenty of archaeological remains from the near and distant past. Near the island there are many smaller islets and cliffs. The National Park Kornati is also nearby.
The sights of the island are also the lighthouse Veli rat near Veli Rat and the church of Sv. Pelegrina in Savar.
The Dugi otok has several domestic daily ferry and boat connections with Zadar. Dugi otok is connected by ferry line Zadar Brbinj and fast-shipping lines Zadar Sali, Zaglav and Zadar Bozava. All settlements are connected by local bus lines.