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Interested to visit Croatian islands? If that being the case, here is a short introduction to some facts about Pag Island.

Island of Pag is made from 270 km of magnificent gravelly beaches. Their positions will satisfy even the most demanding customers, from those who seek public beach equipped with all necessary facilities, to those who like hidden nooks and enjoyment of solitude. Pag beaches are ranging from rocky coastlines to finest sand.

Public beach Prosika is central beach of the island. The length of this beach is about 800 meters long, with a mild sea slope that descends towards the open sea, which is especially suitable for families with small children. The beach is equipped with all necessary facilities where tourist can play beach volleyball, tennis, ride pedal boats, water scooter or slide on the water slides and go to restaurants.

Zrce

Beach called Zrce is located on the north side of the bay of Pag. Zrce is a highly entertaining, for those seeking a full day of fun. On the beach there are several entertainment facilities that are working during the day as cafes and during the night hours are converted into night clubs and discos. Night life of Zrce is enriched by appearances of various singers and DJs from local and foreign showbiz. Specificity of Zrce is that the entertainment program is conducted through a full 24 hours a day.

Learn more facts about Pag Island, and numerous other Croatian localities, in our Destinations section. In case you are planning to spend a lot of time dining during your stay, be advised to explore the country’s restaurant offer here.

Gligora Cheese Wins Again
Courtesy of Pag Tourist Board

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The Island of Pag, as many other Croatian destinations, waits for your arrival. Have a gorgeous adventure on its gentle shores.

Milena Budimir / The Adriatic Times

 

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