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One Croatian Club Makes World’s Best for 2014 List

PapayaSome more recognition for Croatian tourism has come the way from the UK, with leading DJ magazine DJ Mag naming Papaya Club in Novalja on the island of Pag on its Top 100 Clubs for 2014 list…

Papaya are is in the company of the some of the world’s most famous clubs, which is dominated by clubs in Ibiza in Sapin.

DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs 2014

1. Space Ibiza – Ibiza, Spain
2. Green Valley – Brazil
3. Pacha Ibiza – Ibiza, Spain
4. Fabric – London, UK
5. BCM – Mallorca, Spain
6. Amnesia – Ibiza, Spain
7. Zouk – Singapore
8. Sirena – Brazil
9. Octagon – South Korea
10. Hakkasan – Las Vegas, USA
23. Papaya  – Pag, Croatia

(pic: Papaya)

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