A serious contender for the most impressive event in Croatia’s star-studded festival crown, Time Warp’s sunshine edition Sonus Festival is a sun-soaked marathon stretching across five glorious days and five epic nights in the stunning Adriatic setting of Zrce Beach on the Island of Pag. Easily accessible from Zadar, Split and Zagreb, Zrce Beach is the perfect home for a week of summer debauchery, the venue widely known for being a hedonistic haven for international festival-goers. High-calibre artists, daytime beach parties, three open-air clubs on-site, endless after parties and of course, the legendary sun-kissed boat parties will once again make Sonus the go-to choice for the real techno lover.
2023 marks the 10th anniversary of the festival and is sure to be unmissable!
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How to get to Sonus Festival
Zrce Beach. Novalja. Island of Pag
The closest airport to Pag is Zadar, which is an hour transfer to the Sonus site. Split is located 2 hours away from Pag, Zagreb 3 hours, Dubrovnik 5.5 hours, and then Trieste and Venice in Italy are 4.5 hours and 5.5 hours respectively.
The Island of Pag is located on the west coast of Croatia. It can be reached easily from a number of major UK airports arriving in Croatia and surrounding countries such as Italy and Hungary.