• Active holidays in Croatia in the Adriatic Island of Pag biking, excursions scuba diving mountaineering water sports beach sports Pag
  • Active holidays in Croatia in the Adriatic Island of Pag biking, excursions scuba diving mountaineering water sports beach sports Pag
  • Active holidays in Croatia in the Adriatic Island of Pag biking, excursions scuba diving mountaineering water sports beach sports Pag
  • Active holidays in Croatia in the Adriatic Island of Pag biking, excursions scuba diving mountaineering water sports beach sports Pag

Active Holidays

Cycling - the island of Pag offers to its visitors over 115 km of bike trails (mountain bike). Many fans of cycling will love the beauty and the diversity of the island's landscape. A total of 20 bicycle paths are currently fully in function, there is also 5 hiking trails. It is quite difficult to determine which bike path is more attractive, but all who had a chance to experience it unanimously agree - the experience of cycling on the island of Pag is truly unique.

Excursions - Thanks to its location and the proximity to some of the most beautiful national parks in the island, there are many excursions organized for tourists to visit the national parks and the neighboring islands such as: Plitvice Lakes National Park, National Park Krka, National Park Kornati, National Park North Velebit, National Park Paklenica and the islands of Rab, Lošinj etc.

Diving - If you're a fan of the deep sea, contact one of the dive centers on the island of Pag. As for the professional divers we recommend seeing the underwater findings of amphorae fallen off a sunken Roman merchant ship in the first century, which is located in the Velebit Channel, near the port of Žigljen, at a depth of about 30 m. Divers also find the underwater of Caska particularly interesting because in some areas, in the mud, they can spot some details of the sunken ancient walls.

As for the experienced divers, we recommend for them to try diving in the bay called Slana. The underwater there is very attractive, interesting and filled with unusual, picturesque rocks, covered with tall grass and many small caves and a large one which is of extreme beauty, but unfortunately without an experienced diver as a guide - you simply shouldn't go there.

Hiking - The island of Pag in some areas has high, sharp, vertical rocks of unusual shapes which became such due to constant millennial exposure to the cold mountain wind called bura. Rock-climbing enthusiasts can enjoy climbing the steep part of the top of St. Vid and the cliffs above the beach Ružica on the north side of the Pag bay, especially on the rock Stogaj which can be found on many European maps of professional climbers. At these places there are special signs for rock climbing. Pag provides views of beautiful panoramas even while exercising extreme sports.

Water sports and beach sports - If you are looking for an active vacations, the island of Pag offers different options - jet skiing, water skiing, wind surfing, beach volleyball and tennis courts right next to the beach.