Dinjiska | island Pag, Croatia
Small and picturesque Dinjiska village in the south of the island of Pag is situated in a quiet and shallow bay with numerous isolated beaches.
In the bay there is an abandoned salt works facility that was built back in the time of the French government. The center is dominated by the beautiful church of St. Maurus, first mentioned in 1354, one of many endowments of the noble family Grisogono. However, the original structure was not preserved since it was completely reconstructed in the 16th century.
The village, although small, has plenty to offer. The vicinity of cultural and historical centers and national parks (four parks) will complement your stay.
The climate is so mild and pleasant that swimming season often lasts from May to October.
However, greatest treasure of Dinjiska are its inhabitants, you will not feel like a stranger.
This beautiful area is ideal for walking, jogging, boating and cycling.
Beach volleyball, bowling and football sports facilities are located near the house. Do you feel brave enough and physically ready? Try to swim across the bay and on the other side explore the wilderness and, if you desire, go back by foot.
- Fishmonger with daily fresh fish (in the neighborhood)
- Grocery shop (100m from the house).
- Five restaurants with rich, authentic gastronomic menu.
- The possibility of boat mooring up to 7 m (50m from the house), price 15 EUR.
- From Dinjiska runs a bicycle path by the sea, old salt work and through the entire island. At the bottom of Dinjiska bay, along the road to the nearby village of Vlašiai, explore the remains of St. Bartholomey's church – built in the 1426 by Ruic family from Pag.
- All of you bird watchers will enjoy the nearby ornithological reserve – Veliko blato (1,5 km away), natural freshwater lake with the watch tower.