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In our house there are 5 apartmans - 4 in the second floor with own terrace and 1 in the first floor also with its own terrace.

PAG - All about Pag.
Pag's CHEESE - Do you want to taste delicious Pag's cheese?
Pag's LAMB - About lamb.
Pag's PROSCIUTTO - Let you know more about Pag's prosciutto.
Pag's WINE - For all that love wine.
Kustići - Let you know more about beautifull small village.
Novalja - Let's see the island histoy.
History - The town map.


The island of Pag is one of the biggest Adriatic islands: it is the fifth largest island with 284.50 square kilometres. Its 270 kilometres of the indented coastline make it the island with the longest coastline on the Adriatic, rich with coves, bays, beaches and capes. The biggest bay, the bay of Pag, is rounded by 20 km of the gravel beaches. Pag is unique due to its vegetation where trees ... Read more.


Driving from the ferry port Žigljen to the inlands of the island, turning left at the first crossroads, we get a view of the largest bay on the island. Then we pass Caska, a well known Roman site. We get to Vidalići, a recently built settlement. A little further on, we can already see the village Kustići. Most of the inhabitants in the village have built new houses, located by the sea. The inhabitants of the village Kustići keep sheep and they also make their living with tourism. ( they rent houses… Read more.


The oldest traces of life on the island reach back to early Paleolithic, while finds of pottery from the Neolithic testify about already structured communities. Illiric tribes came to this region in the Bronze Age and one of them, the Liburns, inhabited the island of Pag and the surroundings. The remnants of their settlements can still be seen on hills around Novalja. From the Iron Age (9 th to 5 th century B.C.) there are parts of metal yewellery found in graves close to the settlements. In the first century B.C. Roman ... Read more.