Things to do on Pag Island
11 December 2019
Looking to head to Hideout in 2020? Is it the 150 artists that attracts you to the festival, or maybe the warm weather, crystal clear Adriatic sea or beautiful sunsets that sparks the lightbulb? Regardless of the main incentive, when everything combines the festival will be a highlight for a lifetime, with a combination of stages, pool parties, beach parties and boat parties to really give you the whole experience! Whilst these are going to be highlights for many Hideouters, why not explore more? The island of Pag has a whole other side to it, which you can discover while you take a break from the music.
If you’re into culture, the island of Pag has its’ own Pag ‘town’, which is small and traditional. The town still keeps to its local good, two of which are the local cheese (Paski Sir) and Pag lace. Relatively unchanged over the years, it is still a delicacy to try the local Pag lamb and the local white wine, Pag Zutica.
The island of pag has more than just Zrce Beach! If you and your mates want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the festival and want a relaxed beach day to yourselves, you can check out Simuni Beach or Bosana Beach.
There are loads of watersports options to really get involved in. Depending on your interest and budget, you can select from Jet Skiing, Waterskiing, Wakeboarding, Parasailing or even Flyboarding. Thrill seekers get in line, as Pag Island hosts some of the best watersports this side of the Adriatic!
Do you like exploring? If so, get involved with a quad safari, where you are given a one hour tour with stops to see the sights. You will be able to discover the beauty that lies beneath what tourists see, and have a look at what the island has to offer!
Do you fancy yourself to be the captain of your own boat? You can rent many different types including Sailboat, Motorboat, Catamaran, RIB, Houseboat and Yachts for the day. Explore the sea with your mates!View All Posts