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The Mediterranean as it once was
Thanks to the strong bora wind that blows during the winter months from Velebit, the surface of the island of Pag is bare and is often compared to the moon. The aromatic herbs that grow from the stones are the reason for the unique taste of the famous Pag sheep cheese, which alongside the famous lamb and seafood delicacies makes up the traditional gastronomic offer of the island.

Pag is the most interesting town on the island in cultural and historical terms. It is a town of salt and the famous handmade Pag lace, which is UNESCO protected intangible heritage, which still today lives on the streets of this old medieval town. Built according to a design by the famous Renaissance sculptor Juraj Dalmatinac, the old town centre is a cultural monument which in the summer months offers its guests a multitude of cultural events, entertainment (carnival, folklore...) and meets all tourist demands.

Along the 20 kilometres of indented coastline, Pag has beautiful sandy beaches, hidden coves, healing mud and hiking trails.
Pag is an island covered by mythical olive groves, rich in saltwater and famous for its lace and cheese, a world-renowned delicacy.
Pag island cheese is one of the trademarks of the island of Pag and well known outside of Croatia. Its distinct quality lies not in the technology of its production but rather in its firmness and salinity, which gives it a very distinct and recognisable aroma.
Pag
Pag
25/07/2014 - 26/07/2014
Pag Art Festival | Pag
Pag
01/08/2014 - 14/08/2014
Tourist board:

Pag

Address

  • Od Špitala 2
  • 23250 Pag

Contact

 
 
Tourist Information Center (TIC):

Pag

Address

  • Od špitala 2
  • 23250 Pag

Contact

 
 

 

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