Pag is the second longest island in the Adriatic. In recent years, Pag has become an increasingly popular island to visit mainly due to the resort of Novalja which is considered one of Croatia’s premier party destinations. Of course, if that’s not the kind of holiday you want at all, Pag has much more to offer. There are numerous sandy and gravel beaches among the kilometers long dry stone walls, old olive groves and the omnipresent fragrance of sage. The island is famous for its cheese, lamb meat, home-made traditional lace, salt production, and white wine “žutica”. A bridge connects Pag Island to the mainland, making it very easy to reach.