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Pag – Elite tourism`s largest entertainment centre on the Adriatic
The city of Pag has begun developing the largest entertainment centre on the Adriatic, which will be located along 10 km of beaches. These are undeveloped, rocky beaches in the area of Paško Rebro in the central part of the island, between the city of Pag and the village Šimuni.

The location is far from the inhabited areas and therefore the entertainment centre will be open 24 hours a day.

The city authorities have pointed out that the new entertainment centre will not be the new Zrće, near Novalja, widely known as a place of fun that was named in the media as the Croatian Ibiza. They say that Pag is a city of culture and cultural contents which is aiming for peaceful, family tourism.

The centre on Paško Rebro will be directed towards a more elite tourism and it will incorporate restaurants, night clubs, sports and numerous other facilities. This area is on the outer, open side of the island which can also be accessed by boats, thus making it more available to sailors as this is the nautical route from Kvarner to Dalmatia.
The first phase of the project is planned to be in function by the beginning of the 2011 tourist season. This will be an entertainment centre that will stretch across three kilometres of beaches and will be able to receive more than 10 000 visitors a day. The island of Pag has a 270 kilometer long coastline and is full of beautiful beaches and wild, untouched bays.

The city of Pag is rich in cultural and historical heritage, located in the Pag bay and edged with 20 kilometres of pebble and sandy beaches. The town and the island of the same name are surrounded by national parks. Kornati in the south - a beautiful archipelago of islands and cliffs, Plitvice lakes located north in the continental area, - an ideal place for a pleasant holiday, walks through dense forests and views of the beautiful waterfalls. The national parks Paklenica and South Velebit are also nearby and there is also the national park Krka with its string of pearly waterfalls and the islet Visovac in the canyon of the river Krka.

The city of Pag is a city of sea salt. It is because of sea salt that Pag was intentionally built as a fortified city in the 15th century. In some parts of Pag the production of salt is still done the old fashioned way, by a method of drying out of sea water in small clay pools which are called ‘soline’.

Pag is also a city of folk handicrafts like the famous Pag lace that has been nurtured throughout the centuries. Each piece of lace is unique and this slow and difficult handicraft still lives today on the streets of the old town.

Lovers of active holidays and nature can also enjoy the numerous sports and recreational contents that Pag has to offer. In the area of Lokunja there is an exclusive ‘Olympic Centre’ with tennis courts and playgrounds for many different sports. Along the rocky mountain part, on ancient sheep trails, there are 115 km of adapted cycling trails. The rocks which vertically rise above the sea and present a real challenge to rock climbers are all marked with alpinist pointers.

The waters of Pag are extremely attractive for diving while the bay of Pag is suitable for sailing and surfing.


The Tourist Board of the Zadar County
www.zadar.hr

The Tourist Board of Pag
www.tzgpag.hr
 
 

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