Great transport connections make this destination easily accessible and within the reach of numerous landmarks and cultural manifestations throughout the coast.
You can reach the island of Pag by road from several directions because the island is connected to the land by ferry and by a bridge.
If you are looking to avoid the ferry ride and reach Pag using a bridge, and you are coming from the direction of Zagreb, then you drive on the A1(highway) to the exit POSEDARJE from where the road signs will lead you to the island of Pag. You will then cross the bridge and just follow the main road all the way to the city of Novalja.
If you are coming from the direction of Dalmatia then you also drive on the A1 to the exit POSEDARJE and you just continue to follow the road signs to the city of Novalja.
All the traffic info you may need can be found on the website of the Croatian Autoclub.
The island of Pag is also reachable by ferry. If you are coming from Zagreb via A1(highway) then you should go to the exit ŽUTA LOKVA and from there take the coastal road heading south. Ferry port Prizna is only 50 km from there via the city of Senj.
If you are coming from the direction of Rijeka then you have a 110km long coastal road ahead of you till you reach the ferry port. After you dock to the Žigljen port on island of Pag, just follow the main road for the next 10 km until you reach Novalja and from there follow the road signs for camp Straško.
You can find the ferry schedule on website of Jadrolinija.