Novalja live camStunning view of the seaside promenade in Novalja on the Island of Pag

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  • avatar
    • 4 years ago
    • evacon

    krasne pozerat na miesta, kde to clovek ma rad

  • avatar
    • 5 years ago
    • Gartner Alex

    Još malo pa ste u EUROPI. Onda nečete vise parkirati na prelazu za pešake kao ovi bezobrazni vozaci na snimku. Dajte ta link policiji, pa da napravi malo reda ako ima jaja.

  • avatar
    • 5 years ago
    • BillBao

    Zobacz jaka u nas jest pogoda (Pogledajte što je vrijeme s nama)
    http://88.135.163.144/view/viewer_index.shtml?id=21121

  • avatar
    • 5 years ago
    • Adelaida

    Super! Vratili ste kamere. Jedino ova u Novalji nije dovoljno oštra, ne vidi se dobro.

  • avatar
    • 5 years ago
    • krzys182

    LODY LODY NA SMIETANIE KTO POLIZE TEMU STANIE

    PEWNA BABCIA JUZ NIE MOGLA LEMONIADA JEJ POMOGLA

    MEŻU MĘŻU NIE BADŻ GŁUPI NIECH CI ŻONA LODA KUPI

Novalja

The wonderful croatian city of Novalja is located in the Lika-Senj county (Ličko-senjska županija), in the northern part of the enchanting Island of Pag; its geographic position on the Adriatic coast, fascinating natural beauties and a very dynamic life make it one of the most desirable holiday destinations of the whole island.

Novalja is an endless sources of fun, pleasure, entertainment and relaxation, its rich tourist offer includes: modern accommodation facilities, entertainment centers, a clear and crystal water, a mild mediterranean climate, wonderful pebbly beaches (the wonderful Zrće Beach as one of the biggest summer party places in Europe is worth a mention), breathtaking scenarios, small hidden bays, a rich variety of wild olive trees that stand out with their uniqueness, archeological treasures scattered throughout the city divided into 10 settlements (naselja): Caska, Gajac, Kustići, Lun, Metajna, Novalja, Potočnica, Old Novalja (Stara Novalja), Vidalići and Zubovići. Novalja has grown considerably in recent years thanks to the development of tourist activity, it also boasts a high quality gastronomic offer including the wine production (Zutica) and a long tradition of cheese-making (paški sir) both famous worldwide; in general, the whole island is well known as "Ibiza of Croatia" due to its increasingly bustling nightlife and for the production of the so-called "Laces of Pag".

The Island of Pag is one of the islands of Kvarner in the northern Dalmatia and one of the largest islands of the whole Adriatic; its territory, with a surface of 284,56 km², around 63 kms long and between 2 and 10 kms wide, is composed of numerous contrasts and diversities of extraordinarily beauty where zones full of buildings and characterized by a dynamic lifestyle merge perfectly with fertile zones mostly covered by olive trees and aromatic plants and at the same time with bare expanse of soil that appears like a suggestive lunar landscape, unable to sustain any form of life because of the effects of Bora winds. The numerous bays and breathtaking oasis, lagoons and picturesque coves offer a marvelously indented coastline and a truly unforgettable destination ready to be explored and discovered.

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