City Pag is culturally the most interesting place on the island of Pag. Pag may thank its rich history. City of Pag was built by the designs of Renaissance architect Juraj Dalmatinac, whose construction started 1443rd year, and ended two decades later. From sradnjovijekovnih remains the most important church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, but in almost all the houses are still found many noble coats of arms, stone Neckties. It is also of great cultural significance for the island of Pag and the portal to the Rector's Palace, and the town of Pag which is now an historical monument.
Once a medieval, and today the tourist and administrative center of the island of Pag is proud of numerous attractions and famous Pag bay, which extends even to the 23 km length. During the summer and winter carnivals Pag Pag is abundant in cultural and concert events.
Pag is also known as the city of salt, whose remains and the old ways of processing procedures, and drying up today, can be found, and the famous lace, which is also now sold on the streets.
Pag offers an exquisite gastronomic offer which is well known and authentic paska lamb and cheese. Stay in Pag is not limited only to walk along the waterfront and hang out in the numerous restaurants and coffee bars, and enjoy the beaches and sun, but also untouched nature and the sea, which provide many moments of adventure, and engage in various kinds of sports.