Pag is a Croatian island in the northern Adriatic Sea. It is the fifth-largest island of the Croatian coast, and the one with the longest coastline.
Just few kilometers from town of Zadar most important city of northern Dalmatia region, town of Pag is the largest town on Pag island, established in 15th century, preserving until these days many significant architectural monuments.Certainly, recommendation for all visitors is to visit the Lace Museum which presents unique examples of Pag's famous lace, which is also one of favorite tourist souvenirs.
Throughout its history, the economy of Pag has been connected to salt production, a traditional activity that has been practiced for more than a thousand years. While the earliest historical records of salt production on the island date to 999, it is believed salt was produced on Pag in Roman times. The origin of the town of Pag is connected with the exploitation of natural suitably shallow coves within the closed bay (the so-called “Valle di Pago”) for salt manufacturing.
The island of Pag is most famous for its production of Paški sir (cheese from Pag), a distinctive cheese made from the milk of the island's autochthonous breed of sheep.
The apartment has one bedroom, new equipped kitchen, bathroom - shower cabin and terrace. Equipped with TV and DVD player.
Within the yard barbecue possibility and parking in front of house.
Accessibility to the sea 300 m and to the store 250 m. The nearest restaurant is about 500 m.
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