Island Pag is located in North Dalmatia. Larger places are: Pag, Novalja, Stara Novalja, Lun and Caska. Southwest coast of the island is flat, and northeast coast is steep and high with Pag bay (with huge bay Caska) and Stara Novalja bay located here.
Climate on the island is Mediterranean. The biggest part of the island is rocky ground, while smaller part is covered by bushes. In the valleys and fields locals grow wines, vegetables and fruits. The area of peninsula Luna is mostly planted with olive trees, so the manufacturing of olive oil is quite developed. Inhabitants also breed sheep’s, and make famous Pag cheese.
The tradition on the island is also making of the Pag lace. Beside these, the island is also very famous by salt production. Main towns on the island are linked by road which is the extension of the Adriatic highway. Pag is linked to the mainland by bridge as well as by ferry lines - check about ferries to Pag Island and ferry ports Novalja and Zigljen.