In the north-eastern part of the island are the villages Vidalići, Kustići, Zubovići and Metajna, with the common name of Barbati. A picturesque road, meandring through the landscape dotted with stone walls, you get to Zubovići, the center of Barbati, located between Kustići and Metajna.
The village is located on a small hill, and the view is dominated by the Parish Church of the Immaculate Conception, built in 1854.
The lack of vegetation and the egregious rocky terrain dominate the landscape, just as in the larger part of the island, and a particularly beautiful view extends across the Bay of Pag.
In the village itself, there is a beautiful pebble beach Veli Žal, while a more 'Robinsonian' beach, tucked away in the hamlet of Dražica, can be reached through a winding and narrow - about 200 meters away.
A shop, a bakery and several restaurants and cafés are available for the guests of the country.
Just on the other side of the Bay of Pag is the famous beach and campsite Sveti Duh (Holy Spirit).