Plan your trip from Pag to Dubrovnik

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sights you can visit along the way

The ancient port city of Zadar is over three thousand years old and boasts a dynamic history. Not yet overrun with tourists, Zadar is one of the Mediterranean’s most historically interesting towns. 
Krka National Park, located in southern Croatia, is made up of lakes, scenic waterfalls, and abundant flora and fauna. It’s also the only national park in Croatia where swimming is allowed. 
Unlike cities like Trogir and Hvar, which were founded by outside conquerors, the UNESCO-listed town of Sibenik is the oldest Croatian-founded settlement. 
Although it’s television debut has made this fortress well known, it is still a gem with plenty of space to wander the roads and rooms of the Klis Fortress. 
Situated between land and sea, Split is a buzzing, exuberant Croatian city with a small town vibe. It's home to Diocletian's Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the best preserved Roman palace in the world. 
On Croatia's Dalmatian coast, between Split and Dubrovnik, lays a city called Makarska with a 2 kilometer stretch of pure sandy beaches. 
You're booking a one way private car trip from Pag to Dubrovnik with a local driver. Make it unforgettable with our
This trip takes 4 hours and 15 minutes and costs €313 in total for 2 passengers.
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