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The Kvarner Gulf
Novalja and around
The Kvarner Gulf
Twenty kilometres north of Pag Town, NOVALJA is the island's main resort, much more developed and crowded than Pag Town.
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Pag Town
The Kvarner Gulf
PAG TOWN originally lay about 3km south of its present site - the Pag salt industry was an attractive target for predatory neighbours and the inhabitants of Pag were able to play one aggressor off against another until the town was sacked by forces from Zadar in 1395 and many of its leading citizens…
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Pag
The Kvarner Gulf
Seen from the mainland, PAG is a stark and desolate pumice-stone of an island which looks as if it could barely support any form of life. Around eight thousand people live here, looking after three times as many sheep, who scour the stony slopes in search of the odd blade of grass.
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The Lopar peninsula
The Kvarner Gulf
Another road climbs out of Rab to the north, making its way down the island's broad central valley. After passing the sprawling settlement of Supetarska Draga, the main road reaches a T-junction at the neck of the Lopar peninsula.
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Kampor and the Lopar peninsula
The Kvarner Gulf
Six kilometres northwest of Rab — and connected to it by seven buses daily — KAMPOR is a small, scattered village with a deep swath of shallow sandy beach. It doesn't get too crowded even in high season
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