Large apartment villa with pool in Novalja, near Zrce beach offers:
Studio apartment for two persons (26 m2).
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Apartment for two persons with two extra beds (44 m2).
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Apartment for four persons with two extra beds (56 m2).
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Apartment for two persons with extra bed (30 m2).
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Apartment for four persons with extra bed (50 m2).
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Apartment for four persons (44 m2).
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Novalja is a place on the island of Pag. Pag is an island with the longest coastline located in the north part of the Adriatic Sea, fifth by its size in the Croatian coast. Pag island is unique because it is the only island that is administratively divided between two Croatian counties, the Lika-Senj and Zadar county. There are many small villages and destinations to visit on the island, but the most notable cities are Pag and Novalja. Novalja is located in the north of the island and has recently became famous because of the Zrce beach, one of the biggest summer party zones in Europe.
Pag Island is quite different from other Croatian islands in the Adriatic, mostly because of the stony look and the stone white that ocuppies over 85% of the islands surface. It is therefore not surprising that it has a nickname as the “Island of Rock”. Pag can also take pride in its rich cultural heritage. Women from Pag contribute here with their handmade lace, a unique handicraft that only a native could produce as skillfuly as they can. Lace making originates from the 15th century when it was created for the Benedictine church that had a school of lace.
If you want to know more about island Pag, click here: Pag island