• Towns on the Island of Pag Novalja Šimuni Town of Pag Dinjiška, Miškovići, Stara Novalja, Vlašići, Smokvica, Povljana, Košljun, Kolan, Mandre, Kustići, Zubovići, Metajna, Lun, Jakišnica, Dudići, Varsan and Potočnica
  • Towns on the Island of Pag Novalja Šimuni Town of Pag Dinjiška, Miškovići, Stara Novalja, Vlašići, Smokvica, Povljana, Košljun, Kolan, Mandre, Kustići, Zubovići, Metajna, Lun, Jakišnica, Dudići, Varsan and Potočnica
  • Towns on the Island of Pag Novalja Šimuni Town of Pag Dinjiška, Miškovići, Stara Novalja, Vlašići, Smokvica, Povljana, Košljun, Kolan, Mandre, Kustići, Zubovići, Metajna, Lun, Jakišnica, Dudići, Varsan and Potočnica
  • Towns on the Island of Pag Novalja Šimuni Town of Pag Dinjiška, Miškovići, Stara Novalja, Vlašići, Smokvica, Povljana, Košljun, Kolan, Mandre, Kustići, Zubovići, Metajna, Lun, Jakišnica, Dudići, Varsan and Potočnica

Villages On The Island Of Pag

Dinjiška, Miškovići - The first major villages on the island of Pag, located on the south side of the island, immediately after the crossing of the bridge of Pag.

On the way from Dinjiška and along the entire Pag bay, until the town of Pag stretch large pools where for centuries the renown Pag salt has been produced. On the island of Pag salt manufacture is still as it was in the old times, here, the salt is produced by a draining procedure, they introduce sea water inside small clay pools to dry it out (saline).

Vlašići, Smokvica - A small picturesque village of the island of Pag which offers to the visitor a quiet, silent holiday.

Povljana - this town is becoming more and more important as a tourist destination, because it is facing west it is well sheltered from the strong northern and southern winds. Offers a save place and a refuge to its visitors both from the sea and from the mainland, as well as to all of those who are fond of the island's sunbathed rocks and plants seasoned with salt.

The city of Pag - The renaissance city of Pag is a city of salt renowned for its lace. A small fishing village acquired importance in the 15th century due to the salt production and it subsequently moved to the newly built fortified city of Pag, a tour of which definitely provides a special unique feeling. Pag is where you can see salt being produced by draining of sea water in small clay pools (saline). These salt production plants are authentic and as such provide great photographic shooting objects. Pag is also a town and the famous handmade Pag lace, the manufacturing of this lace has survived through the centuries, each lace is a unique item, and the slow and demanding process of making it was nurtured until the days of today and it can be seen on the streets of the old city.

Košljun - Is located in the picturesque bay surrounded by pine forest on a distance of app. 7 km southwest from the town. Once upon the time it was an important port established for a faster connection with Dalmatia while today is the perfect place for a quiet family holiday.

Šimuni - a tourist and fishing village located in a quiet cove facing the open sea, at approximately 11 kilometers to the west of the town of Pag next to the road leading from Pag to Novalja. In this safe bay it is also situated the ACI Marina Šimuni.

Kolan - is the central town of the island, whose inhabitants are mainly engaged in viticulture, herding sheep and cheese production and since the more recent times due to proximity to the sea and beautiful beaches tourism has gained an ever increasing role in their day to day activities.

Mandre - a tourist resort located on the west side of the island is a place where you can enjoy stunning views of the islands of Silba and Olib and the little islands Maun and Škrda, all of which abound in coves and beautiful beaches.

Kustići, Zubovići, Metajna - located on the rocky slope of the Pag bay, their common name is Barbati, and it’s becoming increasingly attracting to the visitors who are looking for quiet and idyllic countryside village to spend their holidays.

Caska - a small town with a beautiful sandy beach full of ancient and medieval cultural treasures - a Roman rustical villa and the ruins of the church of Saint George it also has numerous underwater archaeological findings...

Novalja - the tourist center of the island which is a popular destination for many tourists. In the last few decades this town has done nothing but growing thanks to tourism, which has completely changed its original appearance and the life of its inhabitants. The outstanding natural beauty that this place has in abundance served as a solid foundation of the development of tourism, and the accelerated construction as well as the expansion of the overall infrastructure, communications, and tourism superstructure and supporting activities continuously open new development opportunities.

Stara Novalja - sometime ago just a handful of houses next to the church of St.. Peter has developed during in the era of the tourism and it now extends all the way to the sandy beach of Trinćel. Today is a popular tourist destination for a quiet vacation on the island of Pag.

Lun - the northernmost village, lying on a rocky plateau, with no fields. Therefore, the most cultivated plant were the olive trees which is still a predominant feature which determines the image of this landscape. A walk among Lunjski olives - there is almost 80,000 trees planted!, offers plenty surreal shapes and a pleasant scenery to enjoy especially because this areas main characteristic are the grounds full of roots of old trees, some of which are over thousand years old! The oldest olive trees have about 1600 years of age!

The nearby villages - Jakišnica, Dudići, Varsan and Potočnica, situated in the picturesque coves, are also an excellent choice for a holiday.