Hidden among vineyards and olive groves on the island of Pag, Boskinac is a small, luxurious family-run hotel. Its proprietors describe it as "a fragrant oasis born out of love for rock, salt and wine," featuring 11 exquisite guest rooms, a restaurant and winery that provide an integral, intimate experience of local hospitality. The rural setting is bathed in the aroma of pine, savory, sage, thyme, mint and freshly cut hay. Several terraces front the hotel with views over the colorful bougainvillea, roses and Mediterranean greenery, the outdoor fitness pool, and the distant sea. Guests are spared no comfort: serene rooms are individually decorated in natural tones and materials, with air conditioning, desk, mini bar, safe, satellite television, telephone and high-speed wireless Internet.
Dining at Boskinac is a highlight. The restaurant is known far and wide for its interpretation of traditional coastal cuisine, transformed in an artistic modern way. The chef pays great respect to the culinary heritage of the island, with a wide selection of fish and lamb dishes, cheeses, prosciutto, fresh seasonal produce, accented with local olive oil, herbs and honey. Meals area are accented with the best wines from the Boskinac cellar, in addition to a large offering of other fine Croatian wines.