About the property
- Apartment538 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum StayNone
Nice and cosy apartment with a beautiful terrace. Featuring free WiFi, air condi
This nice and cosy apartment is located in the beautiful city of Stara Novalja, with two bedrooms, kitchen with dinning table and one bathroom.
It's located just 80m from the sea.
The apartment is air conditioned, and it offers also a sat tv and wifi internet.
In the bedrooms you will find a double bed and two single beds.
It's located on the 1st floor and offers you also a terrace where you can rest during the hot days.
Private parking guaranteed.
We hope you'll enjoy your stay.
- Response time:
- within a few days
- english, german, italian
- Calendar last updated:
- May 22, 2018
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
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The island of Pag is known as one of the sunniest islands in the Adriatic, with over 2,500 hours of sunshine per year, its coast is woven of even 270 km of pebbly beaches with crystal clear sea.
Among more than a thousand islands in the Adriatic, Pag is quite different from the others: the armour of stone hides away the richness that hard working hands of islanders were creating for centuries, always struggling much more than others. So it is worth a visit to discover its many faces and enjoy them.
At the Benedictine Monastery of St. Margarita in Pag for centuries is produced Baškotin certainly the oldest sweets - kind of hard milk bread, like toast. It is believed that the Benedictine nuns were cultivated production of Baškotin for more than 300 years. Nuns did their best to protect their hard roll "baškotin" that is now labeled as "Originally Croatian" and "Croatian Island Product".
Beside lace, salt is another white gold of the town of Pag. It always had an important role in the lives of locals, and we can speak of organized salt production that lasts for a thousand years. Saltern of Pag belong with the oldest saltern of the east Adriatic coast that have the most intensive salt production on the coast of Croatia.
Lamb has specific flavor because of the environment in which lives and feeds autochthonous Pag sheep Pramenka. Difference of Pag and other meat lambs occurs due to separation of young lambs from their mothers.
Pag lace is a unique handicraft made by valuable and skilled hands of woman from Pag. It is believed that the Pag lace takes its origin from the city of Mycenae. In the town of Pag making lace began in the late 15th century for the church liturgical vestments. Making lace was initiated by the Benedictine convent that had a school of lace. Lace collection that Benedictine nuns kept and collected more than 150 years, the Ministry of Culture declared the Croatian cultural heritage. History remembers the time when women from Pag went to the court of Maria Theresa to make lace for her.