We are a group of guys, aged 20-32, and we want to have some fun holidaying in Croatia. Researching the web it seems, that Pag (especially Zrce-Beach near Novalja) is considered as "party island"... At first sight Pag would fit, but there are two things, wether we do not know wether we'd really enjoy Pag: First of all, we are absolutely no techno-freaks. All of us prefer pubs with rock music instead of huge disco temples... Secondly we like sandy beaches, but as far as I realise, Zrce is a pebble beach...
So could you recommend better fitting alternatives in Croatia?
What about Krk Island?
I don't think there are many sand beachen in Croatia.
I know, that Croatia's coast is mainly karstified, but nevertheless I know, that there are same sandy beaches (regarding to my information in the South of the Dalmatinian coast).
Going to Croatia is out of discussion because we estimate the low prices and we do not want to fly this year.
I didn't tell you to go somewhere else.
When are you going?
I am going sailing the last week of September with a Friend and we are 4-6 people short for our sail...
We are touring the Islands around Split and I know there are some sandy beaches on the island:)
Let me know if your interested...
For more pubs with different types of music, you might try researching about Hvar town on island Hvar. Several pebble beaches nearby plus one sand + pebbles right across (by taxi boats) on Pakleni islands - island Sveti Klement, Palmizana bay.
Ante Starcevica 1 23250 Pag, Pag
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1 Ante Starcevica, Pag