The Straško campsite is located on the beautiful island of Pag and covers some 57 ha of land over an elongated and gently inclined landscape. Dalmatian oaks, pines and olive trees offer plenty of shade.
Camping Island of Pag
Holiday-makers fi nd rest and relaxation on the 63 km long, 5 km wide island and its beloved coves and numerous beaches.
The island of Pag is located between Rijeka and Zadar in the southern end of the Kvarner Bay in the Croatian Adriatic, connected to the mainland in the south via a bridge and in the north via a ferry. Pag is also known as having the largest stone deposits in the Adriatic, where several aromatic herbal plants such as sage and thyme grow. Three of the island’s characteristic specialties are Pag cheese, Pag ham and traditional Pag folk costume with handmade bobbin lace. The two karst lakes of Velo Blato and Malo Blato are located in the southeast. At 348 metres, Sveti Vid is the highest peak on the island - a wonderful area for hiking. Thanks to its exceptional conditions, the island of Pag offers a variety of water and submarine sports, such as water skiing, jet skis, surfi ng and diving.
Holiday-makers in the Kvarner Bay luxuriate in a lovely Mediterranean climate. The average highs during the summer months climb to 28° C with water temperatures around 23° C.
Towns and Places
The second-largest city on the island of Pag is Novalja. Novalja offers numerous events and cultural sightseeing destinations. The Pag Carnival, which is held at the end of July, is particularly worth a visit with its traditional Dalmatian music. Pag is the capital city and is located at the heart of the island. Visitors can choose between panorama fl ights and all kinds of excursions. There are about 20 kilometres of gorgeous pebble beach around the city, and the beautiful Povljana is nearby with its three sand beaches.
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