Three years ago, rusty square filled with parked cars in the heart of Novalja old core got a new look, just like you have a chance to see through our camera. The old core of Novalja has always been a favorite place among locals and tourists because of its traditional and historical significance.
Today Alojzije Stepinac Square has interesting content during the day and night. In the morning and afternoon there is an ethno market with many indigenous products, while the evening is dedicated to various cultural and entertainment events such as concerts, performances of "klapa" and more. The square is coated with a magnificent stone from Brač island and it's decorated with the statue of Alojzije Stepinac. At the same time, the Dalmatian street was restored. There are small business premises and a city library - a reading room.
Is a town on the island of Pag. Situated in the bay of the north part of the island, in Lika-Senj County. It has excellent transport links with the mainland. Novalja is a famous tourist center and a major port. Includes ten villages: Gajac, Caska, Kustici, Metajana, Lun, Novalja, Potocnica, Old Novalja, Vidalici, Zubovici. Novalja has beautiful sand beaches and its beauty lies in the small hidden coves and clean, clear water. Known for its tradition of old wine and cheese. Ideal for families with children, it has many cafes, shops and restaurants. Novalja offers a wide selection of accommodation such as: hotels, apartments, rooms and campsites. Young people also have a variety of entertainment during the day and night on the most beautiful beach in the Adriatic, Zrce. City museum is one of the mos interesting cultural institutions in Novalja, because the museum is located inside the entrance to the underground water supply that was built in ancient times, in the firs century BC. The entire underground aqueduct was built by human hands in stone.