The establishment of the new town of Pag, where it stands today, happened in the year of 1443. Construction of the modern city is done by architectural and urban plan in which Juraj Dalmatinac, a famous renaissance architect and town planner, took part.
To the town of Pag, King Bela IV granted Pag the Charter of the Royal Free City.
Island of Pag is made from 270 km of magnificent gravelly beaches. Their positions will satisfy even the most demanding customers, from those who seek public beach equipped with all necessary facilities, to those who like hidden nooks and enjoyment of solitude. Pag beaches are ranging from rocky coastlines to finest sand.
Public beach Prosika is central beach of the
At the Benedictine Monastery of St. Margarita in Pag for centuries is produced Baškotin certainly the oldest sweets - kind of hard milk bread, like toast. It is believed that the Benedictine nuns were cultivated production of Baškotin for more than 300 years. Nuns did their best to protect their hard roll "baškotin" that is now labeled as "Originally Croatian" and… Read More
Pag lace is a unique handicraft made by valuable and skilled hands of woman from Pag. It is believed that the Pag lace takes its origin from the city of Mycenae. In the town of Pag making lace began in the late 15th century for the church liturgical vestments. Making lace was initiated by the Benedictine convent that had a… Read More
Pokrenuta je kulturno turistička ruta „Na ruti liburnskog, rimskog i hrvatskog nasljeđa" koju je kroz projekt HERA financirala Europska unija i zahvaljujući kojemu cijela Zadarska županija dobiva novi turistički sadržaj izvan špice sezone. Zadarska županija bila je u ovom projektu vodeći partner zajedno s još 19 subjekata iz osam zemalja, a rezultat je kulturno-turistička ruta koja će oživjeti vrijedne povijesne lokalitete i izvan samog centra grada.
Trodnevni seminar Za razvoj ruralnih krajeva – obrazovanje za turizam na seljačkim gospodarstvima i ruralni turizam više detalja u prilogu