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Below you will find some useful information that we have provided for you in order to make your trip and stay on the island of Pag much easier.

Border crossing

As of 1st July 2013, the Republic of Croatia became a member of the EU, but the border police continue to carry out border control at the state border with all countries, including EU member states, until the Republic of Croatia joins the Schengen area. Customs duties are not performed at the state border with EU Member States.
Citizens of the Member States of the European Union or the European Economic Area, including citizens of Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and the Swiss Confederation, as well as the Principality of Andorra, the Principality of Monaco, the Republic of San Marino and the Holy See, may enter the Republic of Croatia with an identity card, through which identity and citizenship is proven.

Documents

To enter Croatia, you need a driver's and traffic license and a proof of the vehicle insurance. An international driver's license for possible car rental (rent-a-car), issued by the parent car club, is also desirable.
A driver who enters the territory of the Republic of Croatia with a vehicle with a foreign registration must have a valid International Car Liability Insurance Document valid in the territory of the European Union or some other proof of the existence of such insurance. International documents and evidence are considered to be the official registration plate carried by a vehicle normally stationed in the territory of a state whose national office is a signatory to the Multilateral Agreement, or a valid Green Card issued for a vehicle originating from a state whose national insurance office is not a signatory to the Multilateral Agreement, but with documents and evidence whose validity is recognized by the Croatian Insurance Bureau.

Tourist visa

Citizens outside the EU and the EEA need to obtain a tourist visa.

Consulates

Diplomatic missions and consular offices of the Republic of Croatia abroad or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of the Republic of Croatia.

  • Phone: +385 (0) 1 4569 964
  • E-mail: stranci@mvpei.hr, vize@mvpei.hr
  • www.mvpei.hr

Useful contacts

Important numbers

  • International dialing code for Croatia: 00385
  • Emergency call: 112
  • Ambulance: : 194
  • Firefighters: 193
  • Police: : 192
  • Roadside Assistance: 1987
  • National Rescue and Search Center: 9155
  • General information: 1981
  • Exact time: 18095
  • Information on telephone numbers within the Republic of Croatia: 11888
  • Road conditions: : 062 777 777

Payment

  • The official currency in the Republic of Croatia is the kuna (1 kuna = 100 lipa).
  • Foreign currencies are exchanged in banks, exchange offices, post offices, travel agencies.
  • Most places offer the possibility of paying with various credit cards (Eurocard / Mastercard, Visa, American Express and Diners).
  • Information on the exchange rate can be found at www.hnb.hr.

Local transport

Information on local transport contacts can be found on the website of the Tourist Board of Novalja - Visit Novalja 

Other services

Information on all other services that you can find on the island of Pag can be found on the website of the Tourist Agency of the City of Novalja - Visit Novalja

Tourist boards of the island of Pag

Novalja tourist board

  • Trg Brišćić 1, 53291 Novalja, Pag, Hrvatska
  • Phone: +385 (0) 53 661 404
  • Fax: +385 (0) 53 663 238
  • E-mail: info@visitnovalja.hr
  • www.visitnovalja.hr

Tourist board of Kolan municipality

  • Trg Kralja Tomislava, 23251 Kolan
  • Phone: +385 (0) 23 698 290
  • E-mail: info@tzkolan-mandre.com
  • www.tzkolan-mandre.com
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