Caska beach is located east of Novalja on the island of Pag in Croatia. This beach is a real cultural treasure, since the Adriatic Sea here hides almost the entire Roman city under the water, that was according to the legend flooded in the 4th century. Part of the ruins is located on the coast, which makes this beach attractive not only for divers and explorers, but also for all history lovers. Sea depth increases sharply here, so you have to be especially careful if you are vacationing with children. The beach is easily accessible and offers about 50 parking slots. For relaxation, you can grab your drink at the local bar, or just enjoy the sun with loungers and parasols that are available to rent.