The island of Pag is known for its unique cuisine and the beautiful landscape shaped by the strong influence of the Bora winds. The combination of stunning nature, high-quality food, and intriguing cultural experiences makes Pag an ideal destination for families with children. It's accessible by ferry and the Pag Bridge, approximately an hour's drive from the city of Zadar.
The largest town on the island of Pag is the town of Pag itself. It's famous for salt production, which has been exported worldwide since ancient times. Pag produces more than 1000 tons of salt per year, representing 2/3 of Croatia's total salt production.
In the northernmost tip of Pag, you can find the largest olive grove in Croatia, with over 80,000 olive trees, some of which are more than 1600 years old. It's definitely worth a visit.
Pag is also renowned worldwide for producing the best sheep cheese, known as "Paški sir" or "Pažski sýr." Gligora's Paški sir has been named the world champion among all cheeses. More information.
For young people, the famous destination on the island is Zrće Beach, often called the "Croatian Ibiza" due to its vibrant nightlife and loud music.
Pag is an ideal vacation spot for families with children, thanks to its beautiful beaches and gradual sea entry. You can find both rocky and sandy beaches where you can enjoy some privacy.
Villa Comfort is located in the small seaside town of Povljana, which is situated on the southern side of the island of Pag. This place offers ideal conditions for those seeking a peaceful vacation away from busy tourist destinations. In addition to beautiful beaches and clean seas, the Dubrovník beach, known for its gentle sea entry, is among the top 10 Croatian beaches, making it ideal for both children and adults, with plenty of bars and restaurants.