The island of Pag is like a place from an Italian movie from the 1950s, perfect for a black and white set- no vegetation, rocky and sepia in color, with huge, empty landscapes. The Adriatic is steely blue around it, and when the sky is stormy, the island is the most dramatic place in all of Croatia. In recent years, Pag has become an increasingly popular island to visit, because the resort of Novalja - north of the island - is considered one of Croatia's top entertainment destinations. With a reasonable amount of outdoor clubs that are also the venue for several summer music festivals, Novalja is the perfect place for those who want to entertain their vacation. However, the island is much more than the phenomenon of Novalja and Zrće - it is full of rich history and cuisine that is just waiting to be discovered. The quiet side of the island of Pag is a place for long walks and sightseeing, discovering the rich history of the island - including tasting the three best and most popular Croatian delicacies: Pag cheese, Pag lamb and Pag salt.
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