Coordinates: 44°32′24″N 14°54′54″E / 44.54°N 14.915°E / 44.54; 14.915
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Zrće (Croatian pronunciation: [ˈzrtɕɛ], [ˈzrtʃɛ]) is a long pebble beach on the Adriatic island of Pag and is located on the Dalmatian coast. Zrće is located near the town of Novalja and the area of Gajac, about 2 kilometres (1 mile) from the town's center. It is one of over 100 Blue Flag beaches in Croatia, having received the award back in 2003.

Zrće beach is a leading Croatian summer destination for partygoers,[1] with many discotheques and beach bars operating during summer months. It regularly features house, EDM, hardstyle, r'n'b, hip-hop and trance DJs at the peak of the Croatian summer season. Zrće Beach are home to clubs as: Aquarius, Kalypso, Papaya, and Noa Beach club. Activities include bungee jumping, jet-ski, party boats and inflatable catapults.[2]

44°32′24″N 14°54′54″E / 44.54°N 14.915°E / 44.54; 14.915


  1. ^ "Top 10 Party Beaches in Europe". BeachAtlas.
  2. ^ "Zrće Beach, Croatia's Club and Festival Epicenter, Expects a Party-less 2020".

Zrce Beach, official Page

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