Wine has been a part of the Croatian cuisine and Mediterranean lifestyle from the Roman times. Croatia has several wine regions and island of Pag belongs to the coastal Dalmatian wine growing region. Several domestic indigenous wine varieties as well … Continued
Today, Mediterranean cuisine is generally regarded as one of the healthiest due to the type and quality of foods and the ways in which they are prepared. The Mediterranean cuisine basic that you will find in Pag are: olive oil … Continued
Pag boasts natural spa mud location called Lokunja: this natural mud-rich sediment is said to cure rheumatic pain and other types of ailing. Mud baths usually restore the skin’s natural PH value, a mud mask relaxes the skin pores and helps … Continued
Pag cheese or paški sir is the island’s true delicacy and a true gourmet addition to any table in Croatia. Produced exclusively from the milk of the sheep bred and raise on the Island of Pag, Paški sir is the … Continued
Folk costume of Pag is is quite distinct and colorful. Woman’s traditional costume stands out by specific shirt and the most distinctive part is a headgear called Pokrivaca. Additional parts of the costume make the jewelry: specially made earrings called … Continued
Old Town of Pag, located one kilometer south of the present town center, used to be a wealthy city of about 6,000 inhabitants. Today is a rich archaeological site and sanctuary. Read more about it here.