Pension Jugo

Address: Zadarska 54 , Novalja, Island of Pag, 53291, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Zadarska 54 , Novalja.
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Travel Blogs from Novalja

The Beauty of Pag

A travel blog entry by emmaevans on Oct 25, 2014

... the Ducal Palace, the remaining parts of the city walls and towers, and the Lace Museum, containing some of the most beautiful examples of Pag’s famous lace. Just outside the city centre walls are large salt works, which have been boosting Pag’s economy for years.

In the center of the town, in the area Lokunja, is a natural spa mud-rich sediment that has had ...

Zadar - the next big thing

A travel blog entry by ashleighb on Oct 20, 2014

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... as big as Dubrovnik...which is kind of nice sometimes. I've walked just about every street of the old town (dating back to the 15th century) and I wandered down to the Sea Organ and Sun Salutation after sunset to witness some beautiful creations. Designed by a local architect, the Sea Organ is set within perforated stone stairs that descend to the sea and has a system of pipes and whistles that exude signs and sounds when the sea pushes ...

Zadar / Plitvice Lakes (AKA Heaven on Earth)

A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Oct 12, 2014

3 photos

... a good nights sleep. What actually happened is that I got chatting to someone, then someone else joined, then someone else and so on and so forth, until there was a group of 15 or so of us playing stupid drinking games, including the most epic game of King's Cup (or Ring of Fire) I've ever had the misfortune of being a part of. We ended up, as you do, with about 29 different rules, to the point that in order to have a drink you must shout out your nationality, lift your ...

90 The CURSE of Bishop GRGUR

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Jul 19, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... town of Nin, at which time I had walked across the bridge and entered the town through the old city gate where just down the street is the statue of GRGUR NINSKI. This man had been a bishop in the town hence they could call the little church a cathedral and claim it to be the smallest cathedral in the world. I should have paid more respect to the man as he was a fore runner of Martin Luther by opposing the pope and the evils of the Catholic ...

Forty Days and Forty Nights in Croatia

A travel blog entry by pugetview on Sep 15, 2012

2 comments, 39 photos

... a number of empty, deserted "neighborhoods." And wondered, "were these the homes of Serbs?" Most Croats have a Roman Catholic heritage, but less than 30% say they regularly attend church. Serbs have a Greek Orthodox heritage. Bosnia is primarily muslim. Kosovo is a region of Albanian muslims "trapped" within the internationally imposed borders of Serbia. Dick says, "there just aren't enough religions for each country to have it's own."