Our house is located in the town of Pag on the island of Pag. The house is new and modern equipped for the first time in rent.
The advantage of the island of Pag is that it is connected to the mainland by the Paški bridge, and can be reached by the main road to the Prizna ferry port, where the Prizna -Žigljen ferry runs.
The city of Pag is a cultural center built by sculptor Juraj Dalmatinac in the 15th century.
Cultural and historical buildings like the Cathedral Church, the Church of St. Margarite, old tower, Prince's Palace, Pag lace and famous Pag cheese. The town of Pag is located in a 20 km long bay, surrounded by many different small beaches (sandy, stone).
Pag is a town that offers preserved cultural monuments, gourmet specialties and different, magical stone landscapes. At a first sight, Pag looks rocky and rough, bordered by a sky-blue sea, almost nestled under Mount Velebit's imposing presence. It's often referred to as the “Island of Stone” or a “Moonscape Island” due to its an eerie surface with its rocky terrain and as many different shapes as only nature can create on such a huge insular expanse.
The island of Pag is one of the sunniest Adriatic islands, with over 2,500 hours of sunshine per year. Among the Adriatic’s over 1,000 islands, Pag stands out, for its stony exterior conceals the wealth created over the centuries by the sturdy hands of its hard-working denizens. Pag is truly worth visiting, to discover and savour its many facets.