Caska is a quiet village with a beautiful, long pebble beach where visitors can enjoy views of the entire Bay of Pag and Velebit Mountain. It is located in the north-western part of the Bay of Pag. Caska can be reached from the direction of Novalja, which is 4 km away, as well as from the direction of the ferry port of Žigljen. Situated at the south-eastern end of the fertile Novalja Field, the bay is surrounded with greenery, which distinguishes it from most of the rocky landscapes of the Pag Bay coast.
The bay of Stara Novalja on the opposite side of the field and the port of Novalja, which is separated from the field only by the low hill of Močišćak, together with Caska form a unique historical-geographical unity. Its centre was once located on a hill called Košljun, located on the western edge of the field. The top of the hill offers an excellent view of all three mentioned bays.
Caska has long been attracting the attention of researchers and scientists thanks to its many historical sites and archaeological remains, both on the shores of the bay and under the surface of the sea. The remains of the Roman city, the fortress and Church of St. Juraj, the church of St. Anton, the stone tower of Tunera, the massive walls on the eastern slopes of the bay and the impressive underground tunnel called Pod bužu particularly stand out among other localities.
The area of Caska is also home to the Blato wetland, a natural area protected due to its biological and landscape diversity. On Caska Beach there is a great restaurant where one can taste excellent island specialties.