Our camera shows the beach Caska and the village of the same name with only a few houses located near the popular Zrće beach. But unlike Zrće, Caska is a quiet place without much noise and too much crowds. The only "noise" you will be able to hear here is the noise of the waves, the wind, the murmur and the laughter of the people on the beach.
What makes this beach a special are the remains of the Roman city of Cissa, situated on the bottom of the sea. The beach is sandy, and the shallow entrance makes Caska ideal for families with children.
There is a restaurant, entertainment and recreation facilities on the beach.
Bay Caska is located in the western part of Pag’s bay near Novalja. On the one hand it is bordered by the beach Zrće, and on the other with the places Zubovići, Kustići and Metajna, which are commonly called Barbati. In the Caska bay there are only a few houses today, but on its seabed lies the sunken Roman town of Cissa, which sank into the 4th St. due to the earthquake. By diving, you can found the city remains, but most of the sinking city is unavailable due to the large deposits of sludge, sand and sea grass. Historical sights include the old tower (Tunera) - a tuna observatory and remains of the Romanesque church of Sv. Jura on a hill above Caska.