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The city of Pag is the center of Pag Island, which is known for its magnificent lace and wonderful sheep’s cheese. It has developed into the center of an interesting modern center with towers and fortresses which maintain the rich heritage of the past. The city is rich in cultural monuments, due to its turbulent history. Those who enjoy historical heritage can visit the Congregational church of the Assumption, duke’s court (dates to the 15th century, served as center of the island and city rule), church of St. George (patron saint of Pag, part of the northeastern city walls), church of St. Francis, St. Margarita monastery, salt magazines (unique monuments of Pag architecture on an international level). You can also visit the old city which is one kilometer away from the city center and is part of the city center since the 1970’s, holding numerous historical monuments. There are parts of a Franciscan monastery, Roman church of St. Mary, as well as the remains of ancient monuments. Today’s church of St. Mary was built on the foundations of an early Croatian Basilica from the 8th century, while the monastery well and statue of the Mother of the old town make it unique. For those who prefer an active vacation, Pag has a lot to offer. There is an Olympic center in the Lokunje region with tennis courts and fields for numerous other sports. The Pag Bay is lined with 20km of pebble and sand beaches which consist of three city beaches and the following: Golija, Kozlinjak, Dubrava, Bosana, Tartanovo, Sveti Marko, Sveta Marija, Filino and Ručica Metajna. Culinary specialties of Pag can be tasted in numerous restaurants such as “Barcarola”, “Belveder”, “Bile”, “Biser”, “Dida” and “Pagus”. Pag allows for a peaceful, yet, active vacation, making it appropriate for families with children, as well as for those who enjoy recreation.
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* prices for June 2017 based on the maximum capacity for a minimum stay of 7 days