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7 campsites on the island of Pag

In the northern Adriatic lies the island of Pag. It is a Croatian island with the most indented coastline. Known for its rocky landscape and often compared to the surface of the moon, it is known among younger visitors as the “Croatian Ibiza” – the island with the most music festivals and rich nightlife.

The island of Pag is also attractive for its beautiful beaches – here you will find many sandy beaches, ranging from the popular town centre beaches to smaller beaches in more secluded locations. Lovers of active holidays can explore the island on more than 120 kilometres of cycling paths. If you want to get to know the local spirit of Pag, try the famous Pag cheese and visit the The Gallery of Pag Lace – the island’s lacemaking was added to the UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage in 2009.

This is the ideal place to camp if you love the wild Mediterranean landscape and want to be surrounded by unspoilt nature. All of our campsites on the island of Pag are located right by the sea, and many of the pitches are right on the sea front. From family resorts with swimming pools to a luxurious 5-star campsite, you are sure to find something to suit you. Experience a holiday on Pag with the scent of the sea and pine forest, with the whole family and your pet on the pebble beach. Take a look at our campsites below and book your pitch.

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Noa Glamping Resort

Novalja, Dalmatia - Zadar region (Croatia)

4.0

Very good

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Mobile homes: 50
  • Capacity: 300
  • Surface:
  • Type: Textile
  • Season: VI - IX
  • WiFi free of charge

Campsite Šimuni

Kolan, Dalmatia - Zadar region (Croatia)

Tent Pitches: 652 Mobile homes: 212
  • Capacity: 3650
  • Surface:
  • Type: Textile
  • Season: I - XII
  • WiFi free of charge

Aminess Avalona Camping Resort

Povljana, Dalmatia - Zadar region (Croatia)

Tent Pitches: 320 Mobile homes: 232 Glamping Glamping: 30
  • Capacity: 1800
  • Surface:
  • Type: Textile
  • Season: III - X
  • WiFi free of charge

Campsite Terra Park Phalaris

Novalja, Dalmatia - Zadar region (Croatia)

3.9

Good

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Tent Pitches: 147 Mobile homes: 153 Glamping Glamping: 17
  • Capacity: 1300
  • Surface:
  • Type: Textile
  • Season: IV - X
  • WiFi free of charge

Campsite Porat

Povljana, Dalmatia - Zadar region (Croatia)

4.2

Very good

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Tent Pitches: 54 Mobile homes: 2
  • Capacity: 300
  • Surface:
  • Type: Textile
  • Season: IV - IX
  • WiFi free of charge

Campsite Straško

Novalja, Dalmatia - Zadar region (Croatia)

4.4

Great

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Tent Pitches: 915 Mobile homes: 260
  • Capacity: 6500
  • Surface:
  • Type: Textile
  • Season: IV - X
  • WiFi free of charge

Campsite Terra Park SpiritoS

Kolan, Dalmatia - Zadar region (Croatia)

3.9

Good

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Tent Pitches: 119 Mobile homes: 60
  • Capacity: 600
  • Surface:
  • Type: Textile
  • Season: IV - X
  • WiFi free of charge
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Sea views from your Pag pitch

The clear turquoise sea around Pag invites you to participate in marine activities, from diving to underwater archaeological sites to relaxing SUP rides. On the other hand, sunbathing on the beach and admiring the open sea is soothing and meditative. You can experience the miraculous effect of the sea if you choose one of our campsites on Pag, especially if you choose a pitch near the sea. With an area of up to 140 m², they can comfortably accommodate up to 10 people and a pet, and the sea view in combination with the greenery woven into the pitches will give you a new perspective on island holidays.

Campsites for family holidaying

Although Pag is known as the island with the best night life, it is also a great destination for a family holiday. Our family campsites on Pag have everything you could possibly need – from a beach and a swimming pool to a supermarket and a children’s playground. Many will also be pleased to know that pets are welcome at all of these campsites. There are plenty of children’s facilities to keep the little ones entertained, while you can enjoy a relaxing massage. At Campsite Straško you will be greeted by a Blue Flag beach, often the centre of the family fun. Top entertainment teams at the family campsites organise activities such as treasure hunts and Zumba against the backdrop of the Pag landscape.

Campsites with pools on the island of Pag

In addition to the well-kept pebble and sandy beaches of our campsites, our guests often choose the swimming pool complex as a place for socialising, relaxation and entertainment. Our campsites with pools in Pag have pools for adults, pools with slides and other attractions for children, and activities by the entertainment team, such as water aerobics. At Aminess Avalona Camping Resort you can even have a swim in the infinity pool with a view of the sea. If you’re not in the mood for swimming, sit in the shade on a sunbed, order a refreshing drink and enjoy the atmosphere and views.

Comfortable holiday in a mobile home

For those who want to be a part of the special atmosphere of the camp while enjoying the comfort, mobile homes are an excellent choice. Our mobile homes on Pag have up to 3 bedrooms for up to 8 people, and the air-conditioned interiors are often equipped with 2 bathrooms. The kitchen is fully fitted, the living room is tastefully furnished and the covered terraces are equipped with sun loungers. An additional option is to stay in a mobile home village with a shared pool. For the ultimate in luxury, there is also the option of a mobile home with your own private pool.

If you are looking for an unforgettable time by the sea, you will find the unique Noa Glamping Resort on the beach of Zrće, which is known for its round-the-clock party atmosphere. The resort’s mobile homes are a blend of luxury and ecological sustainability, and the result is a unique setting in the heart of Pag’s party scene.

A top-choice campsite with pitches on Pag

Campsite Straško ****

Campsite Straško is situated in a pebble bay only 1.5 km from the centre of Novalja. On one side of the campsite is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island, and on the other side is a shady oak forest. Under the canopy of the trees you will find spacious pitches of between 100 and 140 m² for up to 10 people, most of which are situated along the coast. All pitches have electricity, water and satellite TV.

The camp is a popular choice for family holidays as it has everything in one place – from a supermarket and bakery to a market and entertainment facilities. Tennis, scuba diving, horse riding and surfing are available for active holidaymakers, and the animation team organise additional activities such as Zumba and power walking. The pool complex is a nice addition for fun afternoons and the massage service is a particularly welcome way to relax in the enchanting setting of the seaside campsite.

Pag lace – a unique part of the island’s culture

The production of lace is a valuable handicraft that dates back to the ancient times in the Mediterranean area. In the town of Pag, lacemaking was mentioned as early as the middle of the 15th century. The Benedictine nuns of the convent of St. Margarita were the main pioneers of lacemaking in Pag. There you can still see a collection of lace that has been collected for over 150 years.

Throughout history, the Pag lace has attracted attention far beyond the island of Pag. For example, Empress Maria Theresa employed a personal lacemaker from Pag at her court in Vienna, and at the beginning of the 20th century the Pag lace was presented at exhibitions all over the world. It was even awarded a gold prize at the Paris World Fair in 1937.

Nowadays, the lace, also known as “white gold”, has become a decorative object of artistic value – it is not uncommon to see it framed on the wall like a painting. For this reason, in 2009 it was included in UNESCO’s list of intangible cultural heritage. If you visit the centre of the town of Pag, there is a good chance that you will come across lacemakers creating this work of art, and in the Duke’s Palace you can also visit the Gallery of Pag Lace. Hovewer, the first thing you need to do is to book a spot at one of the campsites on Pag. Then you can plan your holidays and enjoy the view of the natural and cultural heritage of the island of Pag.

Frequently asked questions

What is the easiest way to get to the campsites on the island of Pag with a camper or camper trailer?
Guests from Germany and western Austria, as well as Liechtenstein and eastern Switzerland, usually travel through Slovenia, but because of the traffic jams at the Karavanke tunnel, they often detour through Italy (Villach - Udine - Trieste - Rijeka - Pag).
Guests from the eastern part of Austria travel through Slovenia (Graz - Maribor - Zagreb - Pag), while those from the central and western part of Switzerland travel through Italy (Lugano - Milan - Venice - Trieste - Rijeka - Pag).
Guests from the Czech Republic and Slovakia travel through Austria and Slovenia (Vienna - Graz - Maribor - Zagreb - Pag), and guests from Italy travel through Slovenia (Trieste - Rijeka - Pag).
There are two ways to get to the island. By ferry line Prizna - Žigljen or by Pag bridge from the south side of the island. To get to the bridge, take the A1 highway to the Posedarje exit and then take the D106 road to the island.
If you are coming from Italy, we have described a detour that will allow you to avoid paying the vignette in Slovenia: https://adriacamps.com/en/news/how-to-avoid-slovenian-vignette-your-way-to-croatia/.
What is the best way to move in and around the campsite?
Inside the campsites, guests usually get around by bike, e-scooter or on foot. If you don't have your own bike, you can rent one at most campsites. There are also bus lines connecting the main towns on the island.
What are the best family campsites on the island of Pag?
The best family campsites on the island of Pag are Campsite Straško and Aminess Avalona Camping Resort.
Do the campsites on the island of Pag offer activities throughout the season?
Yes, campsite guests can enjoy various entertainment programs in the summer months. The animation is organized for both children and adults. There is also a handful of fun activities at sea, such as renting pedal boats or SUPs, but also the possibility of surfing, diving, sailing, etc.
Please note that the activities organized as part of the animation program are free, but all other activities are subject to additional fees. For more information about the activities available at each campsite, check out the individual campsite pages.
Outside the campsites you can enjoy various water and sports activities (biking or hiking), explore towns, visit nearby islands and islets, taste traditional food (Pag cheese) and wine, etc. The island of Pag is also known for its party scene.
Which are the best pet-friendly campsites on the island of Pag?
The best pet-friendly campsites on the island of Pag are:

• Campsite Straško (dog park)

• Campsite Terra Park Phalaris

• Campsite Terra Park SpiritoS

• Aminess Avalona Camping Resort

What are the facilities for pets at the campsites on the island of Pag?
All campsites on Pag have pet-friendly beaches and showers. There are veterinary clinics in the town of Pag ("Vet Pag") and in Novalja (Veterinary practice "Vidušin").
What are the pitches in the campsites on the island of Pag equipped with?
Pitches in the campsites are equipped with electricity, water and sewerage hook-ups. Most pitches have electricity and water hook-ups, while drainage hook-ups are less common. These services are included in the price of the campsite. Please note that you will need a CEE adapter to connect to electricity, and that the power of the connection is usually 10A. Only a few campsites have connections up to 16A.
You will find all the necessary information about the availability of hook-ups on the pages of the individual campsites.
Is barbecuing allowed in campsites of Pag?
Barbecuing is allowed in designated barbecue areas. Some campsites allow barbecuing on the pitches, so please check the campsite pages for details.
What shops can I find nearby?
Each campsite has a supermarket and a mini-market. In addition, you will find other grocery stores in the area:

• Plodine - Ul. Silvija Strahimira Kranjčevića 4, 53291, Novalja

• Konzum - Put Kolana 6, 23251, Kolan

• Konzum - Zagrebačka ul. 35, 23250, Pag

Stores selling camping equipment (not on the island):

• Iglu Šport d.o.o - Franje Tuđmana 14, 23244, Starigrad

• Meridian nautika d.o.o. - Mate Vlašića 24 A, 52440 Poreč (online shop)

What restaurants can I find in the campsites in and around the island of Pag?
In the campsites on Pag you will find à la carte restaurants. At Terra Park Phalaris i Terra Park SpiritoS campsites you can book breakfast (reservations are made at the reception upon arrival). In the towns on Pag island you will find restaurants serving traditional dishes as well as international specialties. Some of the most famous taverns are "Bodulo", "Barcarola", "Figurica" and "Didova kuća".
Before visiting a particular restaurant, be sure to check the menu and prices so that you can choose what suits your taste.
What are the beaches like in the campsites of Pag and around the island?
In the campsites on the island of Pag you will find sandy and pebble beaches. On most of the beaches it is possible to practice various water sports (for an additional fee). The beach at the campsite Straško has been awarded the Blue Flag.
Sunbeds and umbrellas in the camps are charged according to the campsite price list valid for the current year.

Fully flexible booking

Due to the uncertain travel situation, it is important to book flexibly. At AdriaCamps you can cancel this accommodation free of charge up to a few days before your arrival.