Sailing along Traces of Roman Cissa

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The Roman Empire has left a significant and indelible mark on the territory of Dalmatia. The island of Pag, the most indented island on the Adriatic, did not escape this influence either. The sunken Roman town of Cissa, today's Caska, mentioned in numerous legends, and the former Navalia, today’s Novalja, are both rich archaeological sites from which we can learn about the way of life in past times. The two towns are connected by a hand-carved, 1042-meter-long, ancient underground aqueduct called Talijanova buža, fascinating monumental heritage of the island. 

Visit the archaeological sites of Pag, go on a boat ride over the sunken Roman city of Cissa and learn more about its history by visiting museums and attending expert lectures. Gain further knowledge by visiting the ethnographic collection in Kolan. Finish off your educational experience about the life and tradition of the island in the best way possible – by tasting autochthonous specialties.

The price includes

Accommodation, excursion transfers, guide for all organized activities, tickets.

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A tour of the archaeological sites and a boat ride over the sunken Roman town of Cissa; a visit to the museum and the Roman aqueduct; expert lectures on archaeological sites and their significance in the Roman Empire.

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