The island of Pag
Pag island is fifth biggest island in the Adriatic sea, and with coast length of 302,47 km is the most developed of all. The island is connected from the south by the famous 340m long Pag bridge from direction of Zadar or Posedarje (exit from A1 motorway), or from the north of the island form Prizna port - ferry to Zigljen.
Pag island has a specific land surface comparable to the one on the Moon. The magical stone scenery throughout gives it unique charm. The vegetation is mostly scarce with the exception of low scattered grass and aromatic plants. You will also come across green oasis of vineyards and grazing fields. The olive groves make the most beautiful green corner of the island. Pag is famous for it's salt which is still produced using ancient techniques. Making lace is another century old tradition of Pag island. Each and every one is unique and hand made. Another of it's trade marks are the stone walls build on the land to protect it from strong winds. It's exceptional gastronomic offer includes the famous, authentic Pag lamb and world renowned sheep's cheese. The position of the island is ideal for visiting the surrounding attractions such as National Parks Pitvice lakes, Krka Waterfalls, Paklenica and Kornati. All of the sights you can visit individually or with one of many organised tours available.