Mali Zaton Beach provides a complete experience of a truly harsh landscape, being set in the middle of a rocky and indented coastline, characteristic of the scenery of the entire island of Pag. It is accessible by boat and located 2 km north of the town of Pag, in the area of Pag Gate, the passage which connects Pag Bay and the Velebit Channel. The beach is pebbly and the seabed rocky, while several smaller steep rocks that emerge from the sea invite you to discover the beauty of the sea and its depths, which are reached quickly after entering the sea. The beach offers an impressive view of Velebit Mountain, the unusually shaped rock formations of the peninsula next to the village of Metajna, as well as the rocky islets of Mali Maškalić and Veli Maškalić, which are located very close to the beach. The rocky hill separating Mali Zaton Beach from the neighbouring Veli Zaton Beach gives both beaches an atmosphere of privacy and complete tranquillity. It is advisable to bring sunscreen, as well as some food and drinks, since there are no catering facilities on the beach.