Breathtaking scenery of the northern part of the island of Pag is impossible to compare with anything else on the planet because it most resembles the Moon. Or at least the photos of the Moon that we’ve seen. The bare rock certainly owes its uniqueness to wind Bura that during the winter descends to the mainland blowing so fast that it carries the sea all the way up to the tips of the island. Salt from the sea is devastating for the vegetation so only the most persistent species can survive to serve as food to sheep, whose milk has a distinctive taste and of which one of the world’s most famous cheeses is being produced. And that’s just one of the stories of the island of Pag. In cycling terms it is unique but diverse, ideal for a long day on a bike.