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Pag's dance, as we know today, was created in the second half of the 19th century. In that time, a group of reformers, with the help of the town government, restored several, somewhat forgotten, traditions of the town. Pag's dance has always been performed followed by the music from "mišnjice" (a kind of an instrument).

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Surrounding settlements

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The first bigger places you will encounter right after you cross Pag Bridge are Miškovići and Dinjiška. In Dinjiška you can still see them making salt by the old process of drying in small clay pools where they let in sea (soline). Traveling further toward the town of Pag, right after Dinjiška, is the exit to the settlements of Vlašići and Smokvica.

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Vlašići is situated in the middle of wine-growing fields, facing the sea, with a beautiful beach, providing the guest with complete rest in the quiet. Smokvica is a small, picturesque place, situated on a craggy rise descending to the sea and a beach – its wilderness is fascinating. In a picturesque bay surrounded by pine forest, 7 km northwest of the town of Pag, is a small tourist settlement of Košljun. Once an important island port for quicker communication with Dalmatia, it is now an ideal place for a peaceful family holiday.

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In a peaceful bay facing open sea, 11 kilometers west of the town of Pag near Pag-Novalja road is a fishing settlement and tourist resort called Šimuni. In Šimuni you will find an ACY Marina and the big Autocamp Šimuni, one of the most beautiful on the Adriatic.

 

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