Steep rock cliffs that plunge into the sea on either side of Bošana Beach provide an atmosphere of enjoyment and peace. Bošana is located a couple of kilometres north of the town of Pag, surrounded by several smaller beaches of similar appearance. The beach is partly pebbly and partly sandy, while the seabed is covered with pebbles. There are several rocks emerging from the sea in the shallow part of the coastal belt which are great for diving, exploration and jumping into the sea. Bošana is also characterized by the vicinity of Dubrava – Hanzine Special Forest Vegetation Reserve. The beach is fully exposed to the sun until the afternoon, when the terrain configuration provides shade, so it is advisable to bring sunscreen. There are no catering facilities on the beach, which guarantees complete relaxation with spectacular views of Velebit Mountain and Pag Bay.

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