Island Pag

Island Pag

The island with the most indented shoreline on the Adriatic (total length, 280 km), numerous sand and pebble beaches, kilometers of dry stone walls, ancient olive groves and the intoxicating fragrance of sage.
Island Pag
Island Pag
Island Pag
Island Pag
Island Pag
Island Pag
Island Pag
Island Pag
Island Pag
Island Pag
Island Pag
Island Pag
Island Pag
Island Pag
Island Pag
Island Pag

The island with the most indented shoreline on the Adriatic (total length, 280 km), numerous sand and pebble beaches, kilometers of dry stone walls, ancient olive groves and the intoxicating fragrance of sage.

The island is renowned for its Paski sheep's milk cheese trademark, as well as for its beautiful lace, and salt, lamb meat and the "Zutica" and "Gegic" white wines. The town of Pag is a monument to the urbanism of the middle ages, emerging in the 15th century and planned by the most famous builder and sculptor of his time, Juraj Dalmatinac. Tourist's towns are: Grad Pag, Vlasici, Dinjiska, Simuni, Povljana, Kolan and Mandre.