The fire ceremony, gastronomy with the signature of the East, music and atmosphere of the most famous festival in the world, Burning Man, and the interior leading to another world are just part of the unique story behind a new place on the island of Pag.
The recently opened boutique club and restaurant on the beach Tattva Pag represents a completely different world from the famous image of partying on Zrće.
Behind everything is Boris Šuljić, the owner of the successful restaurant Boškinac and the Kalypso club, who once again raises the bar and new trends in the entertainment and gastronomy industry.
The celebration of nature, its enigmatic paths and the five elements – earth, water, fire, air and ether – is the philosophy of Tattva Pag.
The interior and concept were designed by Ana Penavić from Madres and Sanja Britt Jusić, who is behind Nero Etwa Interiors, and exudes handmade furniture from Morocco and unique pieces such as a Bedouin tent made of wool and camel hair, which creates comfort and ensures a comfortable temperature during the hottest days.
Tattva Pag is located right next to the beach and divided into several different units. The beach itself allows visitors to soak up the Adriatic sun, and each place on the beach consists of two separate deck chairs, a Moroccan table and parasols. Tattva Lounge, equipped with comfortable sofas and furniture is ideal for larger groups who want to spend a relaxing day on the beach.
For small groups looking for a cool ambiance, Tattva Pag recommends hanging out in their Kashbah which has seating cushions on the floor under palm trees near the DJ. Those who prefer private gatherings will enjoy Tattva’s circular Möet Desert Camp featuring cushions on the floor.
The heart of Tattva’s experience is the open-air restaurant covered with Khaima, a Bedouin tent handmade in the Moroccan Sahara.
On the menu inspired by five elements, there is everything that celebrates the soil and sea of Pag, as well as the benefits of healthy specialties of the island of Pag. Deeply rooted in local food traditions, with ingredients from the markets of the island of Pag, the cuisine is a fusion of Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and North African elements such as rich Berber platter, fish tagine with couscous and pagan burger.
Music in Tattva Pag is a fusion of world rhythms – downtempo, deep tribal house and warm electronic music, are part of the daily repertoire, and the sounds are inspired by the Pag landscape and the strong energy that springs from them.
The fire ceremony is a trademark of this concept, and it is about gatherings around the fire on nights around the new moon or full moon, when the veils among the worlds are thinnest.
The first in a series of these special ceremonies, based on shared experiences, creating memories and celebrating pure human connection, took place on June 26, when Tattva Pag officially opened its doors, and the next is expected on July 10, when the New Moon in Cancer, July 24, with the full moon in Aquarius, August 7, which represents the last lunar quarter in Leo, and August 21, which celebrates the first quarter in Aquarius.