Vrgada Island is located on the far south-eastern part of the Zadar archipelago. It is  small island with an area of ​​3.67 square kilometers (length 3 and 1.3 kilometers wide). Its north and south sides are mountainous, with the highest peak of 115 meters. More than two-thirds of the area of ​​Vrgada is covered with dense pine trees. Red beach is named from red cliff that surrounds it. This beach starts beneath this cliff on the photo below and continues a lot more along . 

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Gajac beach is a pebble beach with a sandy beach just off the sea.

 

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Lojena Beach is located on the island of Levrnak  it  is the only natural sandy beach on Kornati. There is restaurant(konoba) on the island of Levrnak (only during summer season)on the opposite coast of the island.Beach Lojena  and island Levrnak is accessible only by boat.It is easiest and quickest to reach the Kornati from Murter or Dugi otok .

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Beach Straško Beach is located on 2000 m of coastal area. Its coastline is a pebble surface, while sand is in the sea.

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Northwest of the center of Murter is the Podvrška beach, which has sunk into untouched nature. The beach is made of gravel, rock and sand, with shallow sea - ideal for children's fun. The beach can be reached by foot on the road that passes through the Slanica camp, walking in the northwest direction. From the center of Murter you can reach by car,there is a parking lot above the beach.Parking fee is 40kn per day.

 

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