Pag Island, Croatia. One of the largest islands in the country, Pag is part of the Dalmatian archipelago and fascinates with unspoiled nature as well as breathtaking landscapes. Pag has the longest Adriatic Sea coastline in Croatia which, along with the unpolluted water and sandy beaches, ensures a great holiday.
The island has a long history and some of the buildings date back to the 15th century. But besides the beautiful nature and historic heritage, Pag is also proud of its specialties that include famous Pag cheese, smoked ham, lamb and even wine. The island is also known for its hip nightlife, because here bars are open for 24 hours.
Why to go there?
Wonderful nature, historic sites, hip nightlife.
When to go there?
Summer is the busiest season. The weather is warm from May to October.
How to get there?
Easy access by car, bus or boat from Zadar, Rijeka, Prizna or Zigljen.
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Lead photo by Dragan Djuric