Behind the Lens
Featured Photographer: Marin Magaš
Molat is a relative giant of the Zadar archipelago, having 3 – count ‘em! – attractive little hamlets. OK, we got a bit carried away – they are very, very small. 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.