Pag Island is well known amongst the Balkan people, particularly for Paški Sir, the tasty Pag cheese
that seems to be served in every restaurant on the Dalmatian coast. It sports some scenic beaches, quiet
countrysides and is linked to the mainland making it much easier to get to than most Croatian islands.
I was recommended Pag by the helpful girl in the tourist office in Zadar, so off I went to explore and
see what I could find. Pag town itself was very picturesque, Novalja has a nice marina and some
reasonable restaurants, but the views to the Velebit mountains across the water were what stole the show.