This small village is the second after you cross the Pag Bridge, which means that the city of Zadar is still close, but also that the town of Pag is located just 10 km away. Dinjiška is located right at the end of a 8 kilometer long bay of the same name.
Even though the village is small, it's not lacking in places to swim and bask in the sun. In addition to numerous small beaches, there are a few restaurants that offer local specialities.
Dinjiška is surrounded by cultivated vineyards and fields, so there's a plenty of food and wines too. As in other locations on the island of Pag, before the tourism developed, local population depended mostly on sheep farming, which gave rise to the famous product: the Pag cheese. Another agricultural product for which the island of Pag is famous, the production of salt, also has a long history in Dinjiška. Once there was the salt harvesting manufacture, where the salt
was produced by the traditional process of evaporation in the so-called soline. The soline are small basins of clay of rectangular shape that can still be seen if you take a walk to the former salt harvesting site.
At the center of the village is the beautiful church of San Mauro, that is mentioned for the first time in the mid 14th century.
Nearby is also the ornithological reserve Veliko Blato where nature lovers will spend unforgettable moments, especially those who like bird watching.