the island of Pag
Strasko naturist beach & camping
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 kilometers
long, full of bays, coves, capes and beaches.
Strasko is one of the biggest and nicest campings
on the Adriatic coast, located 2 km south-east from Novalja.
It can be reached from Novalja by car, by foot or by mountain-bike
trough the forest path. The Camping has a lovely seaside
setting in the shade of Dalmatian oak, pine and olive trees
along about 2 km of beach. It offers a large number of sporting
and recreational facilities, restaurants, bars, shops, evening
entertaining programs for children and adults and place
for lifting/carrying the boat to the water. There are also
fully equipped, air conditioned bungalows to rent.
One (smaller) part of the camping is reserved for naturist
guests. While almost all facilities are on the textile side,
naturist section has its own restaurant.
beach in textile part is covered with pebbles and 700 m
long, while the sea bottom sandy. One part of the beach
has been covered by sand, ideal for small children. The
sanitary facilities, indoor and outdoor showers, changing
cabins, facilities for the disabled, catering facilities,
first- aid and life- saving equipment and lifeguards. The
beach has Blue Flag. The beach on the naturist side is rocky
and arranged with platforms, surrounded by oak forest perfect
for the escape from the heat of the midday sun.