Punta Kriza is located on a low plateau, at an altitude of 55 meters. Due to its location, the city is visible from the sea, and from all sides. The layout of the houses, which are spread over all the surrounding gardens, is typical.
Punta Kriza represents the crossroads of village paths that lead to shepherd settlements such as Peski, Lusare, Parhavac, Murtovnik, Miklozan, Smrijecje and others. The area grew with holm oak, which is the best quality wood for heating, and because of this, forests are still being cut down today. Dense Mediterranean primeval forests provide an ideal shelter for many wild animals. It is possible to see fallow deer, pheasant, wild duck, rabbit and many other species of animals. This area ranks as the island's largest hunting ground. In Punta Kriza, at the restaurant opposite the church, there is a signpost to the city bay at Ul. The bay used to be a connection to Pag and Rab, from which the most wood for heating was exported. Ul Bay is about a 5-minute drive from Punta Kriza or a 10-minute walk. The bay is divided into two larger bays, Vrutka and Paskvare, and several small bays. There is a small Ul, where locals have always moored their boats, and Vela riva, which is a harbor for mooring yachts and larger ships.
In addition to these harbors on each side there are sheltered and deep bays where barges can moor. In Ul Bay, the beach is naturally rocky, partly muddy, partly shady with easy access to the sea.