Pag’s bay is suitable and safe for diving, especially in its shallow and middle parts. Sea currencies are not strong and there are no great oscillations in the sea temperature. The underwater landscape along the shore is so intriguing that it offers a special experience to divers. There are many recesses, holes and even small caves that are interesting to the lovers of the underwater photography.
In certain parts of the island the rocks are highly lifted, vertical. The thousands of years of long exposure to Bora have created unusual shapes. The rock-climbing enthusiasts can enjoy climbing the steep part of St. Vid hill and the rocks above the beach Ružica, in the north-west side of the bay of Pag. There are special marks for rock-climbing in these mentioned places.
The researches conducted in the period from 1998 to 2001, showed that winds blow 350 days in a year in Pag. Therefore, the bay of Pag is a real paradise for the windsurfers. At the same time safe and challenging. In summer afternoons, usually blows light wind called Maestral, suitable for the surfers which do not incline to madcap stunts. In late afternoons, Maestral grows stronger so one can surf faster and even make a whole trip around the bay.
And much more..
There are many more activities for you to explore, and this are just some of them
- Water skiing
- Paint Ball