Every visitor gladly returns to Jadra Beach, fascinated by the beauty that Jadra generously reveals. Approaching the end of Stara Novalja and the former Drljanda ferry dock, the road that turns to the right and rises abruptly uphill leads to the beach. Surrounded by sharp cliffs, Jadra provides an experience of the untouched, wild and magical harshness of the island of Pag. The coast is partly rocky, allowing for jumping into the sea and irresistibly calling its visitors to dive and explore the marine world. In addition to its pebble part, Jadra also has sandy coves and concrete steps that facilitate entry into the sea. The beach offers a beautiful view of the northern part of the island of Pag, the islands of Rab and Cres, while the view of Velebit Mountain undoubtedly enriches the diversity of the landscape. There is a parking lot, a snack bar and a cafe on the beach, and deck chairs and parasols can be rented. Near Jadra Beach there is also a nudist beach and a dog beach.