Kosljun is a small place on the south-west of the island of Pag, located on the edge of a wide bay looking towards the horns of islands Vir, Molat and Olib in the distance. The bay is spacious and rocky, exposed to the winds that beat from the west, naked and gray, firm and safe. Pag does not show its moonshine sandy nature here, and Kosljun beach is a long stretch of paved docks and rocks, stretched stripes of gravel. This is a local beach and, if you find an apartment, room or vacation house in Kosljun on Pag, you will descend to the beach on foot. There is a parking lot in the vicinity for 50 cars, which you will rarely need in Kosljun, a place where everything is near and that's all you want. The pebble part of the beach is intended for families with children and is 250 meters long. The gentle descent into the crystal clear sea, somewhere replaces a sudden drop, and the surrounding docks are perfect for the defiant leaps into the sea and the fun-filled teenager entertainment. There is a boat mooring port nearby and a restaurant where you can relax from lazing on the beach and taste some of the traditional island specialities. The sandy bottom is ideal for exploration with mask and snorkel, and the lack of additional content is compensated with the beauty of the Adriatic and the purity of the island landscape.