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Island Pag

Island Pag

The coast in the western part of the island of Pag is low - the bays of Pag and Caska - while the northeastern part of the island is higher with less or no vegetation at all. Northern part of the island, towards Lun, is green and famous for its hundreds of years old olive trees (in 1963 were declared Natural Reserve).
The island's economy is based on tourism, animal husbandry (sheeps) and the production of a few selected specialties - Pag cheese and olive oil - but also the autochthonous product - the famous lace of Pag.

The main tourist attractions are the well-known beach Zrce Novalja, center of fun and entertainment and top destination for young people from whole Europe, the town of Pag with its old town with its white stone blocks and bay with saltern, where the salt is produces for more than 2000 years, Mandre and the famous cheese factory where you can buy an excellent sheep cheese, tourist resort Gajac, the pebble beach Metajna and hundreds of years old olive trees in Lun.

The island of Pag has a population of around 9000 inhabitants, with two bigger towns - Pag and Novalja – and small places along the coast: Lun, Stara Novalja, Gajac, Kolan, Mandre, Simuni, Metajna, Dinjiska, Vlasici, Povljana.
The island of Pag is connected to the mainland by a 300m -long bridge on the southern part of the island, convenient for the guests coming from direction Zadar and highway A1, and those coming from north, from direction Rijeka it is recommended to take the ferry Prizna - Zigljen and come on the island Pag in only 15 minutes.

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Pag Pag center Pag Prosika


Pag is the capital of the island of Pag. The old town core is partially surrounded by the original city walls. The city is located in the south of the bay of the same name, more or less in the center of the island and it looks more like a lake. The whole bay of Pag has pebble beaches and is richwith shells. Town Pag is situated on 4 km long coast and the main attractions are in the central part of the town, also the beach Prosika. The old town Pag is pedestrian-only area.

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