Nature blessed Vrgada with the beauty of a lively coastline, fertile fields and a fragrant pine forest; it also adorned it with thirteen small islands that are like a strewn necklace.
This is the largest freshwater lake in Croatia as well as in the surrounding region and Ornithological reserve, a natural habitat for aquatic birds. On sunny winter days up to 100,000 birds float and bob on the water, enjoying the mild climate and abundance of food. The multitude of fish and fishing for the big catch are a daily happening on Lake Vrana. Catches of 200 kg ‘monsters’, most often catfish, are not at all uncommon.
The Čelinka hill above Drage is precisely such a place, offering a magnificent view of all four sides of the world.
At the top of the Kamenjak hill you will a view of the entire lake, of the beginning of the Kornati archipelago, of the Island of Murter, and of Pirovac, Drage, Pakoštane.