LUNA HOTEL ****
LUNA HOTEL is located on a very attractive touristic area (indented coastline with numerous bays and sandy beaches, ecological quality of sea water, natural and climatic conditions due to “the encounter” of continental and Mediterranean climates) with good connections to important transport and infrastructure routes. State and country road passes through the town of Novalja. There is also a ferry that connects the city of Novalja with the remaining parts of Ličko-Senjska County. LUNA HOTEL **** is located in the famous fishing village of Jakišnica. Water quality is ecological very favourable and it is combined with a first class air category.
Here are located the most important cultures of olives. Because of its specificity and beauty, some parts of olive forest in Lun were declared a special botanical reserve in the year 1963. It is assumed that some of the olives trees are more than two thousand years old.
ISLAND OF PAG
The Island Pag is the fifth largest island in the Adriatic Sea and has the longest coastline on the Croatian Adriatic coast full of bays, headlands and kilometres long sandy beaches with fine crystal sand. The island of Pag is known as one of the sunniest islands in the Adriatic coast, with over 2,500 hours of sunshine per year with vegetation where trees are almost nonexistent. Novalja has Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild winters while the proximity of Velebit, one of the largest Croatian mountains, allows many sources of drinking water, submarine water sources, freshwater wetlands, growth of aromatic herbs and scientifically proven and tested medicinal mud.
The Island Pag city stands out for its architectural urban plan in which participated the famous town planner and builder of the Renaissance period, George the Dalmatian.