Caska is a settlement positioned on the west part of Pag’s bay at the island Pag. Pag is the most attractive island in the archipelago of Zadar, due to its frequent traffic connections, rich history and fertile diverse gastronomy and tourist offer. Pag’s bay is a wide island territory merged by the beach Zrće, with famous wild night-life on one side, and settlements Metajna, Kustići and Zubovići on the other. Since Pag is one of the top holiday destinations in Croatia and there is a long waiting list for every bed there, even small bays like Caska have an apartment or a room for rent. Caska has just a few houses, yet there is a whole city resting in front of its shore, underwater, named Cissa. Some historians claim that it is the city which skunked in 4th century during the big earthquake, whilst the other believe that it was Caska which was depopulated for some reason and it counted over few thousands of residents. Findings of the draining system indicate that the settlement was big and it was probably the first big settlement on Pag. However, today it is still unsolved mystery that intrigues historians, archaeologists, divers and tourists from all over the world. Beautiful pebble beach is another attractive thing in Caska. Peace and tranquility of the place with maintained clean beach appeals more and more tourist every year. Solely the legend connected to Cissa is worth traveling there, but to discover it you’ll have to pass a 10 kilometres long road from Metajna to Caska by your own car or local bus lines.