Driving along the Adriatic coast from the North to the South, somewhere in the middle, is Drage. Although on the main road, it is a peaceful and calm small village, settled in the indented bay which gave it the name Drage (drage – coves). Plenty little picturesque coves hide charming pebble beaches with beautiful sight on the islands of Kornati archipelago. Drage is ideal for those running away from mass tourism, but wanted to peep in from time to time. Pakštane, with it’s famous summer festivities is only 5 kilometers away, Biograd 10 kilometers, Medieval town Šibenik and Vodice 30 kilometers and popular Zadar 40 kilometers away from Drage. Croatian jewels like National park Krka is only 30 kilometers away, and National park Kornati and Park of nature Vransko jezero are practically there. That way, staying in Drage, is the way to meet Dalmatia in all it’s beauty; calm, warm and relaxing, and no to miss a thing from summer crowd and excitement. In Drage, you’ll find pleasant and kind hosts and lodging mostly in the private apartments. Inhabitants are mainly occupied by agriculture, generally olive growing, and fishing, enriching their gastronomy offer with virgin olive oil and high quality oily and white fish. That is the base of Dalmatian traditional cooking which is considered to be most healthy on he world. Due to it’s traffic connections, yet preserved ease of summer afternoons, clean warm sea and relaxing natural ambient, Drage is more and more popular tourist destination these days.