Hotel Boškinac

The Boškinac boutique hotel is situated on the island of Pag, between Novalja and Stara Novalja, on a hill amidst the dense pine woods, at the edges of the vineyards and olive groves. Considering that it stands at the top of the Novaljsko Polje field, at the entrance to Zaglava – a traditional karst terrain for the grazing of sheep – the views from this lovely stone hotel and its terraces and gardens stretch out of the calmer and more relaxed side of Pag – a quiet and fragrant valley. The hotel can be reached by car or bus from the direction of Zadar via the Pag bridge or the ferry Prizna – Žigljen, and from here a newly constructed road leads towards Novalja.

Hotel Restaurant Winery Boškinac is more than just a hotel, food and wine. Boškinac is a story, embraced by the magic of Pag.

Are you looking to escape to a place where the scents of sage and savoury surround you? To dive into peace and quiet, and daydream under the baldachin near the dense pine wood, or at the edge of the vineyard or olive grove? Be careful what you wish for, as this place can create a lasting addiction, be it to the explosion of flavours, the enticing fragrance of wines, or the view over the Novalja fields that give a glimpse back into the past.

Each of the eight spacious rooms and three suites tells a story, and together they represent the island in its original environment. Equipped with carefully selected materials and handmade furnishings, their design is reminiscent of the island’s ethnographic heritage. However, the premium comfort is contemporary – every room includes an office corner, sofa area, mini bar, safe, satellite television and wireless internet, air conditioning, Washroom with two sinks and a bathtub, hair dryer.

The stunning stone building that houses the Boškinac boutique hotel is an oasis of peace just under a pine wood, and next to a vineyard and olive grove. It was built in the field, some 700 metres from the sea and 2 km from Novalja, but it seems as though it has always stood here. The view from the lovely balconies and cascading terrace extend out over the Novalja fields that exude both beauty and peace. Relaxing next to the outdoor pool, surrounded by lounge chairs, baldachins and Mediterranean vegetation and truly stunning views, awakens the feeling of being connected to nature. The harmony of sophisticated luxury and exceptional comfort, in combination with creative cuisine and an attractive winery, reveals a unique world of fragrances, flavours and fantasies.

For those wanting to take a walk or go cycling, the nature surrounding the hotel — olive groves, vineyards and pine woods — are the ideal place to do so. Every room has its own story and colour theme, and is named after a local object or plant, depending on the design of the room. All rooms and suites have been stylistically designed with carefully selected natural materials and handmade furnishings.

Would you prefer a room in golden, purple or natural tones? Would you prefer to sleep in the škamla or sarbun?

Perhaps the rooms barkun, lavanda or lumbrela were made for you… One looks over the garden terrace and olive groves, another has numerous windows and a massive bed, while the one with the forest view will arouse positive emotions in you with its golden-yellow tones. The beauty in the colour of lavender was created for dreamers, while the suite with a view over three sides of the world is the perfect choice for adventurists. Which room is your favourite?

The suites are three different stories in the colours of Pag – komin, luminarij and kuneštra. Pure hedonism that you deserve.
Balconies, terraces and views over three sides of the world enable the vineyards, Mediterranean garden and the sea in the distance to enter your room and fill you with joy. In the morning, enjoy your coffee in the embrace of the sun, while in the evening, you can rest your thoughts and body with an intoxicatingly fragrant glass of wine.

Accommodation type                    01.03. – 30.04.             01.05.-25.06.                 26.06. – 06.09.
                                                               19.10. – 31.12¸               07.09.-18.10.

Single room Std./Lux.                                 (120 €)                            (150€ )                                    (190 €)

Double room Standard                             (130 €)                             (170 €)                                     (210 €)

Double room Lux.                                         (140 € )                          (190 €)                                     (240 €)

Suite                                                                   (150 € )                           (210 €)                                     (310 €)

Additional                                                              (40 €)                             (60 €)                                      (60 €)

All prices include bed & breakfast for two people per room per night. The tourist tax is not included in the price.

Tourist tax:
01.07.-31.08./ 7,00 kn
01.05.-30.06. i 01.09.-31.10./ 5,50 kn
01.11.-30.04./ 4,50 kn

Children up to 12 years old do not pay tourist tax, 12 to 18 years old pay 50%.

Children up to 2 years: free of charge
Children aged 2-12: 30% discount
Children’s cot: 14 euro per night
For a stay over 7 days: grant a 5% discount
For a stay over 14 days: grant a 10% discount
Pet:15 Euro

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Children and extra beds

Children’s cot: 14 euro per night


House pets welcome Pet:15 Euro


  • Air condition
  • Balcony
  • Breakfast
  • Fire and smoke detectors
  • Mini-bar
  • Parking
  • Pool
  • Room service
  • Safe deposit box
  • Satellite TV
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • Wi-Fi


Free wireless internet


Private parking

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Novalja is number1 place due to the beauty and distinctiveness of its beaches, its preserved landscapes, entertainment and nightlife, the quality of its cultural and historical sites, the multitude of facilities for sports and recreation.

  • Novalja has a long  and interesting history, starting with the numerous archaeological findings. You can find there Christian basilicas from the 4th and 5th centuries; the remains of the floor mosaic. One of the basilicas can be found within the Gothic church of Our Lady of the Rosary in the centre of  town. Numerous fragments of church furniture and the  other are preserved in an archaeological collection called Stomorica. The Reliquary is also very valuable.
  • In archaeological terms, the area of Caska is very interesting. A unique aqueduct dating back to the 1st century is one of the most interesting and valuable localities in the area. This one-of-a-kind Roman aqueduct, popularly known as the Italian’s Hole, supplied Novalja with water from the Novalja fields. Novalja has  cultural and ethnological heritage.

The Novalja Summer Culture Festival starts right before Antonja, on the St. Martin’s Day (13 of June), which also marks Novalja Day. This spectacle is filled with cultural, artistic, entertainment and sporting events…
The event is infused with numerous attractions and other smaller events – art exhibitions, concerts, performances, folk groups, promotions and book selling exhibitions, plays, outdoor cinema, popular music concerts, shows, etc.

The Era Gallery takes a special place in the Novalja Summer Culture Festival since it has been hosting summer exhibitions of renowned local and foreign artists.

The popular “Nakant Music Festival on the island of Pag” has been taking place since 2003 at around 25 November, the feast of St. Catherine’s, the patron of the parish of Novalja. Nakant singing is a traditional two-voiced folk singing style, with singing duos from all over the island taking part in it. The groups Navalia (male) and Murtelice (female) nurture the original Dalmatian klapa songs (traditional a capella singing). Special value is given to Liturgical singing, whose richness is particularly evident in the religious rites of Holy Week (from Palm Sunday to Easter)

  • The Novalja cuisine, as part of the Mediterranean cuisine, will offer you a true gastronomic experience.

When you visit Novalja, you will not miss one of the many restaurants. From the menus of tastefully decorated restaurants, you can taste  famous local specialties such as cheese, lamb, needle macaroni, curd strudel, the Novalja brodit (fish stew), various salads, risotto and boiled or grilled fish. You’ll also feel all the magic of the Mediterranean cuisine.

Sports & nature

Sports & natureIf you are a fan of the deep and beautiful underwater scenery, contact one of the diving centers in Novalja and Stara (Old) Novalja. Novalja fields are criss-crossed with long bicycle trails that pass between the numerous vineyards. Cycling these trails in peace and quiet, you'll experience the beauty of this area in a unique way. Rock climbers can enjoy climbing the steep part of the St. Vid peak or the cliffs above the Ručica beach, on the northwest side of Pag Bay.

Nightlife info

Nightlife infoNovalja is number1 due to the nightlife.

Culture and history info

Culture and history infoAt the heart of the town is the parish Church of St. Catherine's, which has distinguished architectural features. The Church of Our Lady of the Rosary, also known as the Little Church, is located at the center of Novalja and it was built in the 17th century on the foundation of an early Christian basilica. Famous dance is "tanac".

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