Muline, a quaint settlement at the edge of Ugljan Island, is surrounded by dense pine and oak forests, providing a scenic backdrop to its lovely beaches. The Južna luka beach, known for its fine sandy shores and shallow waters, is especially ideal for families with young children. A network of well-kept walking and cycling paths invites exploration through olive groves, fields, and fragrant pine forests. Muline holds historical remnants, including the Basilica of St. John, a mausoleum, and an olive oil mill operational from the 1st to the 5th century, renowned for producing Liburnian oil. A faithful replica of the old mill now stands beside its original remains.