The “designed” town of Pag is situated on an unusual rocky island not far from ancient ruins. It was designed by the Renaissance genius Juraj Dalmatinac in his search for the ideal town, the Holy Grail of architects. The street plan and buildings in carved stone are crowned by a square with a Collegiate church, Duke’s Palace and surrounded by the remains of ramparts and bastions. Pag is famous for its arabesque Pag lace from the UNESCO Intangible Heritage List, its cheese recognized as the best lamb cheese in the world, salt and lamb so as toasted bread (baškotin) made by the Benedictine nuns according to a recipe known only by them.
Lying under the mythical Velebit carved by the north wind bora and the sea this oasis of peace and culture can also take you to the party paradise on Zrće Beach