About Mala Rava
Rava is an island situated in the Zadar archipelago, between Iž and Dugi Otok, 16 nautical miles (30 km) from Zadar. Its area is 3.6 km2, and it has a population of 117 (as of 2011). The coast of the island is very indented with 15 bays and 15.45 kilometres (9.6 miles) of coastline. The only settlements on the island are Vela Rava and Mala Rava. They are connected with concrete 2 kilometers long road, built on the old island route. The primary industries on Rava island are agriculture (mainly olives, but some vineyards also) and fishing.
Mala Rava is situated by the Lokvina cove, which is open to the west – Dugi otok island and Mrtovnjak and Galijica islets. As the peninsula called Zaglavić protects the cove from the winds, it is a good place for anchoring. Also, it has a ship mooring, fixed in the mid 1990´s. As well as Vela Rava, Mala Rava has boat connections to island Iž and Zadar city. Village has an olive factory, clinic and small catering object.