Learn about the historical significance of the city of Pag on Pag Island.
Price for adult: 54 € / 400 kn
Price for children age 4-11: 20 € / 155 kn
Price for children under 4y: 0.00 €
Advance 100.00% // the rest, in one installment: 0.00
Minimum number of passengers: 2
Destination: Grad Pag
Number of daily meals: 0
The notice of cancellation (hours, days…) 48 h prije početka / before the start
Means / Vehicle: BY FOOT
Number of places: –
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The program begins in the morning with expert guidance provided by a local guide. A transfer is organized to The Old City of Pag which is located 1 km south from the current city center. Today, The Old City of Pag is a rich archaeological site in which the Church of St. Mary’s and the ruins of the Franciscan monastery are preserved. As a matter of fact, The Old City of Pag is a sanctuary for its citizens, in accordance with that each year they organise a pilgrimage by carrying the statue of the Holy Virgin Mary all the way to the new city core, thanking her for the salvation against the disease cholera which was present in the 19th century. Afterward the tour will lead you back to the new city of Pag’s center which dates all the way to the 15th century. You’ll be visiting all of the preserved churches, such as the Congregation Church of St. Mary’s Assumption located on the city square and the Duke’s Castle. Also, you’ll be going to the Pag’s lace Gallery and, at the end of the tour, the Museum of Salt. The tickets needed to access the museums are included in the price. The scheduled duration of the tour is approximately 2 h.
Is your group larger than 3 people? Contact us, we have a discount for you.
Period: January – December (if the weather is good).
Reservations can be made up to 48 hours before the start of the trip. The cost of the tour is to be paid in advance in full. The minimum number of adult passengers is 2. In case the minimal number of passengers for the tour isn’t reported, the tour will be cancelled, and the passenger will be informed about the matter at least 24 h before the planned tour.