This islet in the southeastern part of the Sibenik Channel is the smallest and lowest (7 m) inhabited island on the Adriatic. A 3-m-wide strait separates it from the settlement of Brodarica the mainland. The inhabitants of the settlement of the same ne engage in sponge diving and processing, which is a hundred year tradition here.
Berths are available in two harbors; one is protected by a knee-shaped pier with a depth of up to 2.5 m, the other lies further north and has a depth of up to 1.5 m. When entering from the north, care must be taken to avoid a long shoal that stretches from the lighthouse to the islet. The harbour is exposed to all northerly winds.