Lun, the northernmost settlement on the island of Pag, is known for the olive groves that have adorned the specific local landscape for centuries. The groves stretch over 24 hectares of land, containing over 80,000 trees of the common European cultivar (Olea europaea var. communis) grafted onto wild trees (Olea oleaster linea). Their average age is an estimated 1,200 years, and the oldest olive tree in Lun is 1,600 years old. This grove, unique in the world, creates an unforgettable, soothing and relaxing atmosphere for visitors.The Lun olive groves were declared a natural reserve in 1963. They are a rarity not only on the island of Pag or in Croatia, for such an environment amidst olive trees cannot be found anywhere else in the Mediterranean basin. The roughly 1,500 trees of the common European variety (known locally as oblica) are particularly notable, as their size and their interplay with the surrounding stone gives the trees fascinating and almost surreal contours. Small gravel paths lead through the groves, creating an exquisite ambience as one savours the shade of centuries-old trees. Enjoy the tranquillity of the olive trees, the murmur of the sea and the cries of seagulls in the lovely Lun groves on the island of Pag.