Call number for Croatia:
Required travel and personal documents
Passport, identification card or another internationally recognized documents. Tourists in Croatia can stay up to three month.
More information on: Ministry of foreign affairs of Croatia
January 1th – New Year; January 6th – Epiphany; Easter and Easter Monday; May 1th – International Workers Day; Corpus Christi; June 22nd – Anti-Fascist Struggle Day; June 25th – Statehood Day; August 5th – Victory and Homeland Thanksgiving Day and the Day of the Croatian defenders; August 15th – Assumption of Mary; October 8th – Independence Day, November 1th – All Saints Day; December 25th – Christmas and December 26th – St. Stephen’s Day
Money and way of payment:
National currency is Croatian kuna (short KN). In circulation are 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 kn bills and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 lipa coins as well as 1, 2 and 5 kn coins. (1 kuna = 100 lipa).
Foreign currencies are exchanged in accredited exchange offices (banks, hotels, post office, tourist agencies) according to exchange rate (with or without commission).
Cashless payments: Payments in stores, restaurants and any place where credit card stickers are displayed (Diners, American Express, Eurocard/Mastercard, Visa) and Eurochekues. Exchange rate available on: HNB
In Preko on ferry dock.
Boats and car tanking: +385 91 497 1321
There is gas station in Zaglav Dugi otok as well.
Clinics are located in villages of Preko (023 286 181), Kali (023 373 827) and Ugljan (023 288 101).
Also they are located on the neighboring islands: Dugi otok (Sali and Žman), Ist, Olib and Molat.
Port Authority is located in Zadar (+385 23 254 888).
Working hours of postal offices on Ugljan are adapted to the needs of tourists, and in all offices service of money exchange and Maestro, Visa, Diners and Eurocard/MasterCard cards payouts are made.
Also in postal offices you can buy postcards, envelopes and plain postcards, Croatian post philatelist publishing’s, T-MOBILE, VIP, TELE2 phone credits (prepaid), touristic maps etc.