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About Novalja

The town of Novalja is situated in a bay on the north western part of the island. Ideal location for important land and sea routes from the northern to the southern Adriatic Sea provides an excellent transport links with the mainland. Novalja is often unavoidable for many boaters who can, among other things, take the fuel for their vessels.
Connection between the island, as well as Novalja, the mainland is excellent: from 30 May to 30 from ferry on the mainland (Prizna) - island of Pag (Žigljen) operate around the clock, while the rest of the fly 13 times daily in both directions, 05:30 to 22:30 hours. In addition, on the south side of the island can be reached through the bridge of Pag.Number of daily bus lines connect Novalja with almost all Croatian regions (Rijeka, Zagreb, Zadar, Split, Varazdin and Pozega in summer), a fast catamaran line connects it with Losinj, Rab and Rijeka (in summer and from Silba Susak). The nearest airport is about 80km or about an hour's drive (airport Zemunik - Zadar). During the war Novalja is a must for the demolition of the Maslenica bridge because all roads lead to the ferry Prizna Zigljen.

City Museum in Novalja is one of the most interesting cultural institutions, mostly because the museum is located inside the entrance to the underground plumbing (Italians hole) from ancient times, was built in the first century BC. Kr. The underground water is entirely carved in stone by human hands, in the length of 1042 m and average width is about 60 cm. Water supply has 9 openings above ground, so. "Chiselled from live stone", and the maximum aperture is located at a height of 44 meters. Today this ancient aqueduct is one of the major tourist attractions of Novalja, and visitors may visit him at a distance of 150 meters. In the museum there are still some remains of antiquity.

Just a few kilometers from Novalja, on top of the Velo tusto forehead, there is a natural phenomenon, the imprint in the rocks known as "Pag triangle." It is isosceles, the size of 32x32x22 meters and has a form of iron prints. Visit this site requires the skill of walking on the rocks due to lack beaten track. Although the phenomenon has not been fully discovered, its existence is often associated with the appearance of UFOs over the whole Pag area in the past.