The meat of Pag lambs has a specific flavour because of the environment in which these indigenous sheep live and in which they feed. This is karst, a harsh rocky terrain in which various medicinal herbs grow; specifically, sage, a tiny sparse herb covered in a coating of sea-salt blown in by winter winds. Thanks to this type of diet and growth, the meat of the Pag lambs has a unique flavour, and the world’s connoisseurs of fine food consider it among the finest specialities.