Villas on Pag for Rent

Villas on Pag for Rent

Visit our luxury holiday homes on Pag – the island of great beaches, food and fun

Our villas in Pag have stunning sea views and refreshing swimming pools. While on Pag, do not miss the family-friendly sandy beaches, various gourmet options, and lively nightlife in Novalja. After your adventures, return to the Pag villas for relaxation.

Featured Villas on Pag with Private Pool

Villa Family Dream with Pool

Mandre (Pag), Croatia
12 guests
6 bedrooms
€575
per night

Villa Desert Rose with Pool

Pag (Pag), Croatia
8 guests
4 bedrooms
€430
per night

Luxury Villa Belcanto with Pool

Novalja (Pag), Croatia
10 guests
5 bedrooms
€2,000
per night

Villa Moon Dance with Pool

Pag (Pag), Croatia
14 guests
7 bedrooms
€814
per night

Luxury Villa Lunaria with Pool

Novalja (Pag), Croatia
5 guests
2 bedrooms
€330
per night

Villa La Isla with Pool I

Novalja (Pag), Croatia
7 guests
4 bedrooms
€880
per night

Luxury Villa Andromeda with Pool

Novalja (Pag), Croatia
6 guests
3 bedrooms
€330
per night

Luxury Holidays on Pag

The island of Pag attracts adventurous travelers, offering a mix of breathtaking landscapes, thrilling outdoor activities, and rich cultural sights and events.

Excellently connected to the mainland by a bridge or ferry, Pag guarantees an unforgettable journey for those in search of an extraordinary vacation destination. Explore the wonders of this island paradise, where numerous amazing adventures are ready to be discovered.

How to get to Pag Island?

To begin your adventure on Pag Island, there are several ways to get there. The island is connected to the mainland by a bridge, making it easily accessible for those traveling from the South.

If you are coming from the North or inland, you can take a ferry from Prizna to Zigljen on Pag Island. However, be aware that during the busy season in July and August, there may be long waits for the ferry and traffic near the bridge.

Alternatively, there are regular ferry and catamaran services from Zadar and Rijeka that offer different routes to Pag, ensuring your journey is both convenient and scenic.

 Pag aerial view

Pag aerial view

What to do on the island of Pag?

Once you set foot on Pag, you will be greeted by a wealth of activities that allow you to enjoy the island's amazing landscapes.

Biking, Hiking, and Trekking on Pag

For outdoor enthusiasts, Pag is great for cycling and hiking. Its unique geography, characterized by lowlands, offers a huge network of paved kilometers, perfect for biking enthusiasts. The island has over 120 kilometers of cycling trails, each going through stunning stone landscapes, fields, and charming forested areas with dry-stone walls.

Pag offers a well-marked network of off-road trails for both cycling and hiking, introducing you to the island's natural beauty. Do not miss the popular trekking route known as "Life on Mars," which promises an unforgettable journey through this unique terrain.

"Life on Mars"

Rock Climbing on Pag

If you like high-altitude activities and seek adventure, Pag's western region, particularly Pag Bay (Slana), is the place to go. Skilled climbers who appreciate the excitement of technical climbing with the use of ropes will find a paradise here. The island's rough cliffs and rocks offer a difficult, yet fulfilling experience for climbers.

Diving on Pag

Divers can enjoy the rich marine life and amazing underwater landscapes. One must-visit site is the sunken Roman merchant ship dating back to the 1st century BC, which can be found in the bay of Vlaska Mala in the Velebit Channel, not far from the Zigljen ferry port. Pag has several diving schools that offer training, allowing even beginners to master basic skills in just a few days.

Which are the best beaches on Pag Island?

Pag Island has many stunning beaches for various preferences. The most renowned is Zrce Beach, famous for its vibrant party scene in Novalja.

However, if you seek a more tranquil beach experience, you will find numerous sandy shores with shallow sections along the island, including Planjka, Sveti Duh, and Simuni. Whether you are craving a lively atmosphere or a peaceful day by the sea, Pag has a beach to suit your mood.

Pag Sandy Beach

Pag Sandy Beach

Pag sightseeing, nightlife and what to eat

Beyond its natural wonders, Pag also has a rich cultural heritage and a great culinary scene.

Pag Lace Gallery in the town of Pag: One of the island's top cultural attractions is the Lace Gallery, home to the renowned Pag lace, which has earned a place on UNESCO's heritage list. This delicate, handcrafted lace is proof of the island's centuries-old tradition of craftsmanship and artistry.

Culinary Delights: Foodies will delight in Pag's gastronomic offerings, including the world-famous Pag lamb and cheese. These tasty specialties are proof of the island's unique terrain and traditional farming practices. Trying these local delicacies is a must for any visitor.

Nightlife at Zrce Beach: For those seeking a lively nightlife scene, you will find it on Zrce Beach in Novalja. This vibrant beachfront area is not only a place for partygoers but also hosts events like the Hideout Festival, drawing music enthusiasts from around the world.

What is the weather like on Pag?

Pag has a warm and mild climate. The driest month is July, making it ideal for sun adventures, while April ranks as the windiest month, followed closely by March and May. The Mediterranean climate ensures pleasant weather for most of the year, making Pag a year-round destination for travelers seeking outdoor adventures.

Pag sunset

Pag sunset

In conclusion, the island of Pag, Croatia, offers an enchanting mix of natural beauty, outdoor activities, cultural treasures, and culinary delights. Whether you are an adrenaline fan, a nature lover, or a culture enthusiast, Pag has something to offer every traveler. So, plan your visit and get ready to uncover the island of Pag, where adventure and relaxation await.


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