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Arrive in Novalja, accommodation in hotel Olea. Dinner and program presentation.
The tour starts from Metajna. Following the guide’s introductory instructions, the participants will be given the necessary equipment. Kayaking will start along Zaglava Beach, under the pine tree branches that are overhanging the beach. Then move towards Ručica, a well-known beach that has served as inspirational scenery for many movies, music, and fashion shoots.
The tour continues south-east along the coast towards the beach of Beriknica. Here we have the first break for swimming and a picnic is planned. Beriknica is a recognizable symbol of the island of Pag. First of all, it is known for the natural installation consisting of three unusual rock patterns in the sea. Secondly for Stogaj rock, a peculiarly shaped rock that attracts a large number of rock climbers from all over the world. Kayaking continues towards the beautiful Slana Beach, with long and spacious sandy beaches appearing one after the other along the way. The next stop is Malin Beach, a secluded pebble beach located near the Paška Vrata passage with a fresh water source in its proximity.
The route continues along the shore to the hundred meters long Gače Cave with an exit to the other side. A visit to the cave is recommended only for good swimmers and at one’s own risk. The visitors can walk through the first part of the cave and then gradually enter the sea and swim towards the exit. Those who decide to explore the cave need to get back to the entrance to the cave. The tour continues towards Veli Zaton, a beach of interesting configuration and crystal clear sea. It also forms part of the Pag Bay ring that consists of up to 27 km of beaches. After a break, the tour ends by kayaking north-east back to Metajna.
The program starts at Ručica beach. The tour continues along the karst landscape of the Pag Bay towards Stogaj, a peculiarly shaped rock that attracts a large number of mountaineers. Next is the beach Beriknica, one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. Its best known for its natural installation consisting of three unusual rock patterns created by the millennial exposure of the “bura” wind. The trail continues towards the Slana Bay, overlooked by remnants of a World War Two concentration camp, and the Seline Bay, which offers a wonderful view of the Podvelebit Channel. The tour ends at its starting point, reached by a hike of the upper side of the island along the Podvelebit Channel.