Hotel Luna

Luna Hotel **** is located in the famous fishing village of Jakišnica, island of Pag. The Island Pag is the fifth largest island in the Adriatic Sea and has the longest coastline on the Croatian Adriatic coast full of bays, headlands and kilometres long sandy beaches with fine crystal sand. The island of Pag is known as one of the sunniest islands in the Adriatic coast, with over 2,500 hours of sunshine per year with vegetation where trees are almost nonexistent.

Water quality is ecological very favourable and it is combined with a first class air category. Luna Hotel extends to over 10,000 square meters of interior space and 15,000 square meters of outdoor space, making it among the leading hotels in the region in construction and facilities. The hotel offers 96 luxurious rooms with sea or park view and with extremely high comfort: the smallest room in the hotel is 30 m2, while the largest room is 60 m2 (not including the terrace). Hotel guests have access to outdoor hotel parking lot and garage.

Hotel has a beautiful beach with a capacity of 250 guests, two swimming pools (indoor and outdoor), four saunas (Bio, Turkish, Finnish and mud bath), wellness, two bars (cocktail and lobby bar) and two restaurants (board & A ‘la carte restaurant).

The hotel has three conference rooms which can accommodate up to 180 people and a large exhibition area of 200 m2, located in front of the conference hall. There is a VIP meeting room that is equipped with the latest technology, where is enabled simultaneously monitoring four video conference calls. Wireless internet is available to guests in all public areas of the hotel, at the pool and VIP rooms.

Hotel offers (to hotel and to outside guests) diving club, rent a kayak, canoeing, cycling, fishing, tuna fishing, and beside that this hotel is probably the only hotel in the world that offers work in a fish processing factory as a team building special offer.

Gastronomic hotel offer is based on local products and traditions of the island of Pag and Novalja, and most of food is from own breeding all thanks to the local subcontractors. In consultation with local and domestic manufacturers, we they will try to design a special variety of white and red wine to guests, while wine list promotes domestic Croatian wines and prestigious foreign wines of high category.

You can choose between a few types of rooms: superior double room with park view or sea view, deluxe double room with balcony and sea view, one bedroom suite, one bedroom deluxe suite, superior family room, deluxe family room, panoramic room, romantic deluxe room.

You are welcome.

Check-in time

14.00

Check-out time

10.00

Pets

On request

Facilities

  • Air condition
  • Balcony
  • Beach
  • Breakfast
  • Jacuzzi
  • Mini-bar
  • Parking
  • Pool
  • Room service
  • Safe deposit box
  • Satellite TV
  • Sauna with shower
  • TV
  • wellness
  • Wi-Fi

Activities

Hotel offers (to hotel and to outside guests) diving club, rent a kayak, canoeing, cycling, fishing, tuna fishing, and beside that this hotel is probably the only hotel in the world that offers work in a fish processing factory as a team building special offer.

Internet

Wireless internet is available to guests in all public areas of the hotel, at the pool and VIP rooms.

Parking

Hotel guests have access to outdoor hotel parking and garage.

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Pag

Pag

Pag is a Croatian island and there are two towns on the island; Pag and Novalja and many smaller villages. Pag is famous for its ancient monuments, culinary delights and it has different nature with magically beautiful stone scenery.The Island of Pag is a rough, stone made, edged with sky-blue sea and placed under the wing of the Velebit Mountain. It is often called “Island of Rock ” or “Lunar Island”. Its surface has a somewhat intimidating appearance with a stone white from gale, rugged in so many forms that only nature can create.

The island of Pag is known as one of the sunniest islands in the Adriatic, with over 2,500 hours of sunshine per year and its coast is woven of even 270 km of pebbly beaches with crystal clear sea.

This island has many churches. Church of the Assumption of Mary which is in the center of the Town of Pag. It was built in the 15th century. Church of St. Francis is in the southern part of the Old Town core. Church and monastery next to the church were used by Conventual Franciscans. Monastery functioned until 1785 when it was officially abolished in 1795. There is also a Fortress tower Kamerlengo.

The most beautiful panoramic view of the very fabric of Pag offers a lookout Gradac placed on the road that connects Pag and Novalja and you will see the beautiful panorama.

Pag lace is the unique handicraft made by valuable and skilled hands of woman from Pag. It is believed that the Pag lace takes its origin from the city of Mycenae. In the town of Pag making lace began in the late 15th century for the church liturgical vestments. Making lace was initiated by the Benedictine convent that had a school of lace. Lace collection that Benedictine nuns kept and collected more than 150 years, the Ministry of Culture declared the Croatian cultural heritage. History remembers the time when women from Pag went to the court of Maria Theresa to make lace for her.

One of specialities is a lamb. Lamb has specific flavor because of the environment in which lives and feeds autochthonous Pag sheep Pramenka. A variety of medicinal plants grows on the karst, barren rocks: nightingale,sage, miserly, small grass strewed with salty wind, from frequent winter storm. Because of such breeding and dietary habits, lamb meat has a specific taste. We could say that the world gastronomes consider that is unforgettable delicacy of Pag table.

When you come on the island, in on last three days of carnival, you can see one dance, called-Paško kolo. Paško kolo is danced to the sounds of urban music. Kolo is performed on last three days of carnival on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday in the central town square.

Also famous is the Ornithological reserve Velo Blato (Big Mud) which is in the southern part of the island of Pag. It is the habitat of over 160 species of waterfowl, of which 66 species are nesting birds.

This island is connected to the mainland by a bridge.

Pag has a reputation as a party destination due to its bustling nightlife and there is a famous Zrce beach.



Sports & nature

Sports & natureThe island of Pag is known as one of the sunniest islands in the Adriatic, with over 2,500 hours of sunshine per year and its coast is woven of even 270 km of pebbly beaches with crystal clear sea. The most beautiful panoramic view of the very fabric of Pag offers a lookout Gradac placed on the road that connects Pag and Novalja and you will see the beautiful panorama.

Nightlife info

Nightlife infoPag has a reputation as a party destination due to its bustling nightlife and there is a famous Zrce beach.

Culture and history info

Culture and history infoThis island has many churches. Church of the Assumption of Mary which is in the center of the Town of Pag. It was built in the 15th century. Church of St. Francis is in the southern part of the Old Town core. Church and monastery next to the church were used by Conventual Franciscans. Monastery functioned until 1785 when it was officially abolished in 1795. There is also a Fortress tower Kamerlengo.

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