Out of the eight national parks in Croatia, this one receives the most visitors and is one of the most distinguished. In 1979 it was among the first in the world to be registered in the World Heritage List (UNESCO).

Undersea tours in a semi-submarine, with a glass bottom that is always underwater, allows for a complete experience of the marine world. The vessel resembles a genuine submarine.

A picturesque village on the southern side of the island of Pag, in a pristine, shallow cove with numerous secluded beaches. A former salt pan, built under French rule, can be seen in the cove.

A quiet and peaceful village suited for a pleasant vacation along sand and pebble beaches, ideal for a family holiday. Vlašići Cove has by far the most beautiful sand beach on the island of Pag.

All you need for a “Robinson” day excursion is willingness and bathing accessories. Leave the rest to your captain, Neli Rumora, one of the pioneers of the Robinson tourism on the Adriatic coast, beginning in 1986.

A small village nestled in a quiet natural cove, right next to Vlašići. Those seeking peace and quiet, a clean sea, pristine beaches, and kindly hosts will find an ideal vacation spot here. The village, actually a row of family homes, stands above a long, distinctive beach.