The town of Novalja is located in a small bay on the north-western part of the island of Pag. It is also a seaport which many boaters visit every year. Beautiful sandy and pebble beaches of the crystal-clear Adriatic Sea like Lokunja beach are not the only thing that this picturesque town can boast. In the town of Novalja there is also a unique museum where the entrance to the ancient aqueduct known as the Talian’s hole is located. This specific ancient Roman monument carved from the living rock dates to the 1st century BC. Initially, it was more than 1,000 km long, and supplied the inhabitants with water from the Novalja Field. In the town of Novalja there are monuments of early Christian sacral art such as the remains of three early Christian basilicas, and this town is also famous for the amphorae from ancient times. In addition, numerous restaurants, and traditional taverns of Novalja will provide you with an unforgettable gastronomic experience of enjoying homemade cheese and other specialities of this region.