KAYAKING – PAG BAY
Our kayak tour Pag Bay. In total we are on the way for about 3,5-4 hours and make swimming stops at the most beautiful stands. The transfer to Metajna is also included.
The kayaks are sit-on-top for two adults and an extra seat for a child up to 12 years old, and there are also single-seaters. Each kayak is equipped with a waterproof bag with a capacity of 20 liters (for camera, documents, dry clothes, food, drinks). Paddle and life jacket are available for each participant against deposit. A wetsuit (shorts) and neoprene shoes will be worn in colder or windier weather.
You should bring a T-shirt, swimsuit or swimming trunks, beach towel, spare socks, sandals or sports shoes for the water; in colder water, a long-sleeved shirt (preferably a synthetic one). If you wear glasses, tie them with a string or similar. The organizer of the excursion is not responsible for any lost, damaged or disappeared things.
We start with the tour in the village of Metajna. After the introductory instructions of the kayak guide and putting on the life jackets, we start. The kayak trip starts towards the beach Zaglava where there are large pine trees with pleasant shade. Past the beach Ručica, which is a well-known and inspiring backdrop for many film, music and fashion castings, we will travel in a south-easterly direction along the coast to Beriknica beach, where a first stop for swimming and picnic is planned. The beach is adorned by a natural formation of three large stones in the sea and the rock Stogaj, which can be seen from the coast and which is why Beriknica has become the unmistakable symbol of the island of Pag. Stogaj is an unusually shaped rock and an impressive climbing opportunity that attracts hikers from all over the world. We continue to the wonderful beach Slana, with extensive sandy beaches. The nearest beach (Malin) is a hidden pebble beach, located on the strait of Pag, near which there is a spring of clean drinking water. Along the coastline you can reach the cave Gače with a length of about one hundred meters. Passing through this cave is recommended only to good swimmers and at your own risk. You can walk through the first part of the cave and then gradually you will reach the sea and swim towards the exit. The route continues towards Veli Zaton beach with an interesting configuration and crystal clear sea, a part of the ring of the Pag bay, which consists of 27 km of beach. After a break, the route continues back to Metajna in a north-easterly direction.