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Apartments INES
Novalja (Vidalići)
island of Pag, Croatia






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GPS: LATIT - 44.536546 LONG - 14.955608
VIDALIĆI is a place not far from Novalja, situated on the very sea. Small beaches extend some 200 meters below the apartments "INES". It is only 5 km far from NOVALJA and less than 2 km far from CASKA the largest and most beautiful beach on the island.
Between Novalja and Caska there is ZRĆE, the most attractive beach surrounded with a pinewood, known for its rich night and day events, a continuous music playing and dancing.
Opposite Vidalići there are natural beaches with fine sand. Vidalići is a small tourist settlement with a still untouched nature and crystal clear sea water. It also contains a berth for small boats and speedboats.
Numerous historical sights are not far too. One of them is THE TRIANGLE OF PAG between the ferry boat landing place and Vidalići.



Novalja is a settlement and a port situated in the cove of the same name, on the south - western coast of the island of Pag. The part of the settlement are former hamlets Sveta Ana and Spital. Traces of the Roman acquaduct point out the existence of the Roman town Cissa, Caska of today. The economic base of the area are wine growing, cattle – breeding, fishing and tourism. The highway (No 29) passes through the whole island. Novalja had developed on the spot of the ancient settlement "Novalia", which was the southern port of the Roman settlement Cissa, Caska of today. Parts of the acquaduct, several inscriptions and architectural plastic art have been preserved from the Romana preriod. In the early Christian period, in the middle of the settlement there was a big “Basilica urbana” with a semicircular apse and mosaics (the remnants of architectural plastic art and inscriptions) two ornamented reliquaries were found there in 1971 .g. the bronze one from the 4th century and the silver one, somewhat younger. The Holy mother’s church was erected there during the gothic period and reconstructed in the age of baroque. The picture of the Holy Mother with the baby , from the 16 th century, can also be seen there.