Barrakud celebrates its 5th anniversary this summer with a special techno party on Croatia's Zrće Beach.
Taking over one of the strip's best clubs, Berlin's very own Paul Kalkbrenner will be lighting up Papaya with his trademark sound.
Famed for its sun-drenched intimate parties, Barrakud has become a hotspot for techno lovers from across the continent and beyond, with its fifth birthday celebrations looking set to be a party to remember.
Known as Europe's number one party beach, Zrće is home to some of the continent's best open-air clubs.
While Zadar is the closest to Novalja, flights can be hard to find. Split airport is the largest in the south of Croatia, just a few hours further down the coast. There are lots of good local buses – the area is so popular in summer that public transport has become very good. But as an idea, this route is probably one of the best:
TAXI TO TROGIR: Trogir is to the west of the airport – which makes it on the way to Pag – where the town of Split is actually to the east of the airport. A taxi costs about €25-30 for a 4-8 passenger car.
BUS FROM TROGIR TO ZADAR: Search for BusCroatia for exact times, as there are lots of departures but they can be really irregular. You'll pay between €12 and €19m, and the journey takes about 2 hrs 40 mins.
BUS FROM ZADAR TO NOVALJA: This bit's a shorter journey, about 1hr 30 mins at a cost of €10-15. There are not many departures per day, but they are usually well timed with incoming services.
Minimum age of entry is 18.