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  • Longitude 15.0464
  • Latitude 44.441
  • Publicaton date 08. June 2018.


13o C 87% 1016 hPa

Prosika Beach is a favorite beach in the town of Pag near the old town. The long city beach, which combines fine gravel and sand, shallow sea and Blue Flag with many beach facilities makes it ideal for family vacation. Among the many amenities on the beach, everyone can find something for themselves. While you are resting under your sun umbrella, your youngest will enjoy a water slide on the beach, pedal boats and a children's playground nearby. A little older will be delighted with the possibility of renting water scooters. Gather the team and play beach volleyball because there is a landscaped area near the beach. Behind the beach is Lokunja with healing mud so do not be surprised if you see people walking along the beach with black mud, try it too. The healing properties of mud from Lokunja in the treatment of rheumatic and dermatological diseases have been proven not only by experience but also by numerous scientific researches. There are several restaurants and cafes close to the beach where you can taste delicious meals and refresh yourself with cold drinks during the summer heat. Enjoy with your loved ones on this beautiful beach and complete your vacation with many amenities and fun activities. In the evening, a few catering establishments turn into nightclubs and during nightfall there are more and more night swimmers.

From here you can enjoy the view of the very heart of the city of Pag, magazines of salt, observe entering and exit of boats from the harbor. And the night scene on the illuminated city will certainly not leave you indifferent!


Everyone who have been on the island of Pag was surprised by this unusual landscape. The island of Pag resembles of the Moon’s landscape and is almost completely covered with a salt which the strong wind called “bura” from Velebit’s channel spread to the island.

The town of Pag is located on the southwestern part of the island and has been mooved several times in its history. In the 15th century construction of today's city of Pag started and one of the famous builders who participated in the construction of the town was Juraj Dalmatinac.

The Middle Ages were marked by the production and trade of salt that Pag is known for today. The former salt warehouses have now been converted into a permanent salt exhibition in a museum where you can see the tools and devices by which the salt was transported in the past. The salt storages in Pag are a protected monument of culture.

In the center of the town stands the church of the Assumption of Mary, a memorial to the church and the event is dedicated to the feast of Our Lady, which is marked by the procession and the celebration on August 15 every year. There is also Knežev dvor which is intact and the renovated square from the Middle Age.

Lacing is a centuries-old tradition in Pag and dates back to the 15th century. Making Pag’s lace has nurtured through the centuries and the way is passed from knee to knee. Each lace is distinctly unique and this slender and hardworking handwork still lives today in the streets of the old town.

One of the most famous products of the island of Pag is the famous Pag’s cheese with a specific flavor and Pag’s lamb. Very little grass that is very salty due to the salt spreading by “bura” and the sheep that feed that grass and the aromatic herbs such as silk and sage give a specific type of milk and a specific taste of lamb meat.

 One of the attractions of the town of Pag is Lokunja with healing mud in the southwestern part directly next to the town's Prosika beach. It is a shallow area of the shallow sea, on the bottom of which there is a wealth of peloid deposits, a healing sludge. The strength is proven not only by experience but also by numerous scientific researches. It is used for the treatment of rheumatic diseases, but also for the treatment of various dermatological diseases.

The Carnival in Pag is something that people from Pag are specially ready for. Winter and summer carnival is what attracts many tourists. The culmination of the carnival ends with the crazy entertainment at the square of Petar Krešimir IV, with a special dance and burning of doll Marko as a tradition. He is the culprit for all the trouble and evil that has happened over the year. The carnival ends with the act of burning the doll.

The island of Pag is located in such a geographical position that the middle of the island crosses the 15th eastern longitude of the easternmost longitude, which accounts for Central European time. It is marked with a marble monument with a drawn meridian. At this point we can safely say that it is the most accurate time in Croatia. Due to the 15th meridian section, the town of Pag had one of the first sun watches in Europe that were located on the coastal part of the old city core. The 15 meridian is located under the highest peak of Sv. Vid about 5 km from Pag and on the macadam road, which continues from the Bošana region towards the beach of Zrće.

On the western exit of the town Pag, on the road leading to Novalja, there is Vidikovac from which you can enjoy the beautiful panorama view of the city of Pag and it is the ideal spot for photographing and creating unforgettable memories.

The town of Pag is the birthplace of Bartul Kašić, author of the first Croatian grammar.




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