From Lun to Fortica
Starting at the southern side of the Pag Bridge and the Venetian fort of Fortica, the island of Pag stretches 60 kilometres in length. Many first-time visitors are perplexed by its barren appearance which is often compared to the surface of the Moon. However, on the first tour of the island, passing through several villages, this experience changes because of the diversity in attraction both natural or historical. The diversity of this long island starts the ornithological reserve of Velo Blato and Malo Blato, across thousand-year old olive groves of Lun which defy the harsh weather on the northern side of the island. It is estimated that there are trees over 1500 years old here and if you listen carefully to the breeze in their branches you just might hear ancient stories, good and bad, of events which happened in this area. But, what never changes is the local people who will selflessly welcome you and reveal their kind hearts.
Activities & Atractions
- boat tour of the Pag Cove
- Pag town, with its saltworks and famous Pag lace
- Kolan, visit to a cheesemaker’s in Kolan
- Zrće Beach
- tour of olive groves of Lun
- Novalja – walk through the town, visit to the city museum and Roman aqueduct
- lunch at the Prtorić Farm
posjet ornitološkom rezervatu Velo i Malo blato, razgledavanje grada Paga, ručak/večera u OPG Prtorić;
izlet brodom po Paškoj uvali, posjet sirani u Kolanu;
vožnja do Luna i šetnja maslinikom, razgledavanje grada Novalje, posjet plaži Zrće, večera u OPG Prtorić.