The island of Pag has much more to offer than the world-famous party beach Zrce next to the town Novalja. If you arrive by plane at the airport Zadar or Split, you reach Pag at the southern side of the island over a 300 meter long bridge.

If you travel by car, you can also reach the island of Pag by ferry (Priza- Zigljen) at the north of the island.

The biggest tourist magnet of the island of Pag is definitely the Zrce Beach. But also extreme sportsmen, water enthusiasts, nature lovers and gourmets will get their money's worth on the island of Pag. The wavy landscape represents a huge challenge for every mountain biker and athlete. Not only because of the Zrce Beach, the island of Pag is well known all over Croatia. The famous goat's cheese is is produced there and is beside the tourism main source of the indigenous people. Besides of the Zrce Beach you will find other beautiful bays on the island of Pag, in which the water is so clean and clear that you can not believe it. Water sports enthusiasts from all over the world come to Croatia to explore the breathtaking water landscape while diving or snorkeling.

If you stay longer at Zrce Beach, an trip by car, quad or scooter is just the right thing to relax from the wild parties at Zrce Beach and collect new energy for the next nights. The village Lun is about 20 km away from Novalja. After only 20 minutes you are from the hustle and bustle of Novalja on a small, quiet fishing village in the north of the island. On the way you can see over 1.5000 years old olive trees and can buy the famous goat cheese. In Lun arrived, some delicious and much cheaper restaurants and cafes invite you to relax. The beautiful harbor town of Pag is named as the island itself and about 30 minutes' drive from Novalja. Here you can stroll through the small but beautiful old town and enjoy fresh fish and meat dishes in one of the restaurants at the harbor. Please feel free to contact us and the team will arrange a beautiful trip for you.