The Pag Bay kayaking route allows you to explore the characteristic lunar landscape of the island of Pag, which is most pronounced in the eastern part of the Bay of Pag. The route includes visits to some of the most famous beaches on the island, such as Ručica, Beriknica, Slana, Veli and Mali Zaton.
The Velebit Channel kayaking route leads to one of the most beautiful coves on the island of Pag, Svetojanj, with an imposing Byzantine fortress rising above it. The view of the impressive Velebit Mountain and the charm of hidden coves will motivate you to paddle with ease.
The Kornati of Lun kayaking route passes along the foot of fascinating rocks and cliffs, as well as some interesting caves. The cliffs on the north-east side of the island of Pag bear resemblance to crowns, the most popular phenomenon of the Kornati National Park, which consist of vertical cliffs of the Kornati islands that are facing the open sea.
Canoeing on Zrmanja River, characterized by numerous waterfalls and strong rapids, is an unforgettable experience. On its 69-kilometer-long journey towards the Novigrad Sea, into which it flows, Zrmanja passes through narrow valleys and a spectacular, 200-meters-deep canyon.
The proximity of as many as five national parks makes the island of Pag a perfect destination for exploring untouched natural beauty. Lovers of the beauty of emerald lakes, rivers and waterfalls should, by all means, pay a visit to Plitvice Lakes or Krka. Northern Velebit and Paklenica hospitably invite everyone who likes the shade of forests, mountain roads and spectacular peaks, while Kornati National Park welcomes lovers of islands and clean, blue sea.
Getting to know the island of Pag includes a tour of the city of Pag and a visit to the Museum of Salt and the Museum of Lace, the production of which is included in the list of intangible heritage of UNESCO, as well as tasting the world-famous Pag cheese, a tour of the olive groves of the Lun Botanical Reserve and a wine tasting at the renowned Boškinac Winery.