September 15, 2014

Novalja Beach, Croatia

Photograph by Stipe Surac, Solomango/eStock

The town of Novalja, on Croatia's Pag island, is an enormously popular destination with numerous hotels and clubs—and beaches. The long, slender shape of Pag, the fifth largest island on the Croatian Adriatic, is largely barren in appearance.

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