Discover the Sacred Triangle of Pag

“Škraping” (a form of trekking) in Pag style; tour of the highest point of the island of Pag; tour of the remains of churches of Saint Vitus and Saint George, as well as the Byzantine fort; tour of the town of Pag with a visit to the Church of Saint Mary.

The sacred triangle of Pag links three sacred spots, the three Christian churches built on the foundations of pagan beliefs in Old Slavic gods. It is interesting to note that two of them are in exceptionally inaccessible spots and present a challenge to all lovers of hiking and nature. The remains of the Church of Saint Vitus from the 14th century tell of the tenacity our ancestors needed to reach its heights. It is faced by the remains of the Church of Saint George and a Byzantine fort, while the newest Church of Saint Mary proudly stands on a hill near the saltworks and holds within itself the beginnings of the formation of the town of Pag. Experience the specific Pag landscape in an adventure which links the past and the present, the sparse nature with man’s trust in the gods. Find the link between paganism and Christianity, while at the same time enjoying wondrous views from the highest point of the island.

Three-day to four-day packages are available. An approximate program for a four-day package includes: Day 1: visit to the highest point of the island; Day 2: “škraping” to the remains of the Church of Saint George (for the bravest); Day 3: visit to the Old Town of Pag. The package is available between March and April, and between September and October for groups of 10-15 people. Accommodation is in private apartments or hotels, while transport is by minibus (most of the tour is done on foot). Expert guides are available in English, German, Italian and Croatian (also other languages by request). All listed information is estimated and non-binding so please contact us to finalize the offer.

Photography: A.Bukša; J.Orlić

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