in agreement with the local community of Dugi Otok, a new race date was defined on OCTOBER 10th, 2020.

October was chosen for practical reasons since it is not possible to find accommodation on Dugi Otok through June, July, August and September, and the temperatures are not suitable for running.

All already registered competitors who have paid the entry fee, do not need to re-register because the registration and payment are valid. Those who have only registered and have not paid the entry fee, also do not need to re-register, but only pay the entry fee according to the instructions on the page REGISTRATION AND ENTRY FEE.

You can check the status of your registration and payment on

A refund of the entry fee for those who cannot attend the new date is not possible, but the competition package can be picked up on the day of the race or someone can do it for you.

We will have to hold the race in the conditions recommended by the Croatian Institute of Public Health (CIPH) and the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia (we will receive instructions a month or two before the race) so you can expect changes in the race schedule, registrations, refreshment stations, serving meal after the race and other items that the CIPH considers need to be adjusted.

We are truly happy that race will be held 🙂

Sport greetings and see you at Sali!


Join us on the island of great diversity and contrasts, the largest one in the northern Dalmatian island group. Here where the coast is characterized by sharp contrasts such as steep and stunning rocks of Telašćica Nature Park to the quiet lagoons and sandy beaches where you can enjoy in pristine nature and sea. These are the main reasons why the park gained the status of significant Croatian landscape.

Dugi Otok has a rich cultural heritage and history evidenced through archaeological sites all over the island that speak of its usage since prehistoric times. Numerous archaeological findings are reflected in the Liburnian settlement ruins and grave mounds, ancient villas, early Christian and medieval churches.

If you wonder why this trail is significantly different from any other island race where you already ran, and if you are hesitant whether to participate to the race or not, we will convince you that this island jewel is work of nature for outdoor activities.

The fair of island crafted products and festivities are common and essential parts of this small community which you’ll be able to experience at the finish. If you didn’t know, festivities in Dugi Otok are well-known for its “kick” in good food, great donkey race, and live music till the morning.

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Rules and regulations


Turistička Zajednica Općine Sali
Park Prirode Telašćica
Općina Sali