The island Pag is one of the biggest Adriatic’s islands, rich with coves, bays and beaches Pag is the town of the sea salt. The original salt manufacture by draining of the sea is still present on the island. The town Pag is also the town of needlework- the famous lace. Every lace is a unique item. The slow and demanding process of making them has been nourished through centuries and still lives in the streets of the old town. There is the Church of the Assumption on the main town’s square. This church is a valuable cultural and art monument because of its exterior and interior architectural solutions. This well-preserved mediaeval town, whose center is the cultural monument, even today performs the function of the administrative, cultural and mercantile center.