Village Vrana is 36 km from Tribunj distance and lies at the largest Croatian Lake Vrana, which is just from the village Vrana derivate. Vrana is attracted with mainly historical buildings and is famous thanks to festivals that are held annually at the end of August. There are visible remains of church St. Catherine and from the Benedictine monastery from 11. century at the entrance to the village. Later the building was converted into a monastery castle. Templar lived hier since 1135 up to the abolition of the Templar order in 1312th. After the castle was awarded Knight Order of Saint John. In 1647 was conquered by the Venetians, who let him go to ruin, and so of Templar castle then survived only parts of walls and guard towers. In Vrana is the westernmost based Islamic structure created by local native Turkish vizier Yusuf Maškovič. The so-called Maškovića han or "Karavanseráj" was originally a Turkish coaching inn, dates from the mid 17th century and is a unique example of Turkish architecture in the whole Dalmatia. Nearby Vrana are the remains of a Roman aqueduct that brought water to the city of Zadar.