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Excellent Pag guide - Slovene only
Sunturist - Travel agent from Novalja. Great photo gallery
The island of Pag draws people with its unique topography. Certain parts of the island resemble the surface of the Moon. It has other peculiarities and offers a real opportunity for unusual holidays. The famous handmade luxurious lace from Pag is comparable to that of Brussels, because of its beauty and a special way of weaving. The sheep's cheese (Paski sir) made on the island is a delicacy known worldwide. Sheep's milk, olive oil and special technology combine to make the product a gourmet specialty. The small town of Pag was founded in the 15th century. Others will be attracted by the beauty of another small town on the island, Novalja, or by the picturesque Lun, famous for its ancient olive groves and nearby beautiful beaches.

Pag and Novalja home page, and another one here.

Strasko - auto camping and the beach Map

StraskoStrasko Autocamp (room for up to 10,000), one of the biggest and nicest on the Adriatic (textile and naturist sections, with a sports and entertainment section, market, fruit stands, automechanic) close to the village Novalja. In the part reserved for naturists there is a special restaurant and guests can also use showers, mini golf, surf, water-ski or sail. Shingle beach in the textile part, and rocky and shingle with sandy shoal in the naturist part. Lot of trees to provide shade. Strasko's beach is often visited by people which aren't guests of the camp (entry is 5 Kuna, that's about $US 0.6). Naturist section occupy about 1/3 of the camp.
Camping is open from 1st of May untill 1st of October. Sigles are welcome. CCI members are granted some reduction.
Entry ticket for those who are not guests of the camp and would like to visit for a day is charged 10 Kuna per person (that's about 1.3 EUR) - 2003 price.
In season and office: tel. ++385.53.661.226, 661.304 fax. ++385.51.661.225
E-mail: turno@turno.hr
Web: http://www.turno.hr/en/camping_strasko_fkk_naturism.html

More info about Novalja including accommodation offer


Zrce - naturist beach Map

Zrce, next to Novalja village, is probably the most beautiful and the most popular beach on the island. Main beach is textile, but neighboring coves at the right side of the beach are used by naturists. Zrce beach can be reached by car or by bus (ticket 8 Kuna or 1,1 EUR) which operates regularly from Novalja. It is a shingle beach with shoal. Parking and entrance 12 Kuna (that's about 1.6 EUR). Textile part of the beach offers lot of facilities: bars, water slides, renting boats, jet skiing, deck chairs, sunshades, beach volley, billiards and more. In the evening there is an open air beach club "Kalypso" with excellent music and free entrance (that's why drinks are a bit more expensive). Another beach club "Aquarius" was opened in 2002, it is open 24 hrs/day and the entrance is free until midnight, after midnight 30 kn (4,1 EUR).

More info about Novalja including accommodation offer


Sv. Duh - naturist beach Map

"Sveti Duh" shingle beach, 10 km from Novalja in direction Pag town. Half of the beach is used by naturists. Entrance is charged 5 Kuna (that's about 0.7 EUR). On the southern end of the beach you can find small autocamp "Sv. Duh" with basic facilities (bar, sanitary equipment).

More info about Novalja including accommodation offer


Simuni - naturist beach Map

SimuniTextile auto camp "As Šimuni" in Šimuni village on the island with a naturist beach in the vicinity.



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Jakisnica - naturist beach Map

JakisnicaJakišnica naturist beach is located on the Lun peninsular west from Novalja village on the island of Pag. It is a rocky and pebble beach.

Pag - naturist beaches Map

Finding a naturist beach on the island of Pag is no problem at all. Its indented shoreline with its many bays and promontories measures 269 kilometers, and the fine sand and shingle lapped by a crystalline sea form countless beaches of singular beauty. Hills, mostly bare, some overgrown with maquis, pine, immortelle and sage, giving island special charm, almost wild and mysterious.

Numerous, hidden coves can be found all along the island. Barbati, Bosana and Filino areas are just few examples.

More info about Pag town including accommodation offer

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