Iž is one of the islands of picturesque Zadar’s archipelago in middle Dalmatia. It is settled between greater islands Dugi and Ugljan, and surrounded by a dozen of little ones, adorning Iž’s sights and seaboard. Islet Rutnjak in front of Iž’s harbor is designed as a park. Iž is inhabited in prehistorically time and it has well preserved testimonies of it’s development through centuries; Romanic church from 11. century, castles of Zadar’s noble families Canagietti and Fanfogna, county of St. Peter from 14. century and old city centre of Veli Iž. Iž is divided into two counties Veli (Big) and Mali (Small) Iž. Mali Iž contains three picturesque villages, Mućel, Makovac i Porovac on South part of the island, whilst Veli Iž is a calm and pretty town on the opposite side, laying in a tame bay. Beside the old town, it has ethnographic collection with great number of ceramics and traditional tools, island was famous of in the past. It has modern equipped marina, hotel and sports facilities. Guests will find lots of amusement in summer time festivities, along with the excellent gastronomy offer in pleasant ambient of Iž’s restaurants and taverns. Olive growth and fishing are most common among, just about 600, permanent residents of Iž and their natural and healthy products spice rich and tasty dishes, traditional in this climate. It is a place of intact and calm nature where one can easily find a cozy and pretty apartment or room for themselves. Apartments are manly on the sea shore with astonishing view and composure, as an invitation to a relaxing and fulfilling vacation.