In a rocky desert unbroken by tall trees, intervowen by dry stone walls and cycling tracks, the medieval Pag town connects the two sides of its deep and narrow by by two bridges. The town is as old as its first salt pan. This town of impressive endurance delights the visitor with its lush carnival in such a sparse landscape. Thin grasses and tenacious sage, immortelle and lavender, along with the salt-tinged north wind come together to form the Spartan environment in which the famous Pag specialties are born: lamb and cheese. Throughout history, the cheese was more sought after than the lamb, and young lambs feasted on aromatic herbs, while the milk was set aside for the golden wheels of delicacy. Let the flavors of unforgettable adventure wash over you in the scented streets of Pag.