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Island of Molat


King Edward VIII, in the company of Wallis Simpson, visited the island on his Adriatic cruises in 1936.


Molat is an island overgrown with maquis and pine forests and is the ideal destination for hermits and those seeking hiking treks with a taste of Mediterranean vegetation. The many bays are a frequent destination for boaters and sailors. King Edward VIII, in the company of Wallis Simpson, visited the island on his Adriatic cruises in 1936.

 

With only one ferry a day, Molat really is far from the madding crowd. There are only a handful of restaurants and shops on the island. Molat is covered by low-lying shrubs feeding a few goats and sheep. It’s great to spend the day exploring the pretty coastline by boat. Some of the best beaches are around Brgulje, where the ferry docks.





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