is the main tourist centre on the island of Pag, with a
long tradition in tourism. The island of Pag is the fifth
largest island in the Adriatic Sea and its well-indented
coastline is the longest in the Adriatic. It is 270 kilometres
long, full of bays, coves, capes and beaches.
Zrce is a long, streched, pebbled beach, close to the town
of Novalja, situated in the north-eastern part of the island
of Pag and the beach is a cove opposite the town of Pag.
The beach is urban and well visited by the local population
and the tourists.
Zrce beach can be reached by car or by shuttle bus which
operates regularly from Novalja.
The beach is surrounded by woods, through which many paths
lead to the beach itself, and there is a parking lot in
front of the beach area. The beach has various facilities
such as life- saving equipment, life-guards, first aid,
facilities for the disabled, catering facilities, rental
facilities, phones, recycable waste facilities, showers,
source of drinking water, canoes, paddle boats, windsurfing
boards, motorboats and speedboats etc. There are windsurfing
and water skiing courses available and also a gym at your
disposal. The life-guards are on duty from 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. The beach has zoning of different activities and areas
for children and non-swimmers.
The beach is known as the
party beach of Croatia. There are three beach clubs,
Aquarius, Kalypso and Papaya, which are open around the
clock during summer.