The beauty of Pag lies in its contrasts, which make it ideal for youngsters wanting to have fun, families seeking solitude, and two-wheeled explorers.
As in life, it’s all about choosing a direction on Pag. If your head screams “fun”, head to Novaglia, the pulsing heart of the island: a small town that never sleeps, with bars that face onto the sea, busy restaurants and countless nightclubs. While Novaglia comes alive at night, it is on the beaches of Zrce that crowds of young people come together during the day, to dance, jet ski, and get involved in all kinds of activities, even bungee jumping (yes, you heard us).
Faced with this junction between nightlife and solitary adventure, an enduro rider will probably opt for the latter. And they won’t be disappointed, because, as we’ve said, young and rowdy Pag has an alter ego, a more raw and authentic side that combines isolated beaches where uncontaminated nature reigns supreme, traditions that local families carry forward with pride, and typical small-scale production supported by its inhabitants.