|The town of Pag is known for its cultural and historical monuments. It is situated on the island of Pag, connected to land by the Pag Bridge. The most significant buildings are the Congregation Church of Mary’s Assumption, Duke’s Castle and Skrivanat Tower, which is the only remaining tower of nine towers that existed along the walls, once surrouning the city. In addition to these buildings, you can find the Church of St. George, the Church of St. Francis, the Monastery of St. Margaret and old magazines of salt. A kilometer away from the city center is the architectural site of Old Town, where you can admire the Church of St. Mary and the remains of an acropolis. The city is famous for its Pag cheese, made from sheep milk, and Pag lace.
When visiting Pag tourist will be able to enjoy sunbathing, long walks along the beach, admiring old monuments, churches, ruins of a Franciscan monastery and a lot more interesting things. Kids will also have fun, play on sandy beaches, flight kites, and more. Pag is suitable for leisure time with kids, friends, family… If you wish to have an active holiday, you will have no problems. You can ride your bike on one of many bicycle paths, or go jogging, hiking, diving, just name it.
Driving: Zagreb-Split highway. Exit Posedarje continue on the road to Pag.