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A tourist village close to and with a view of the old town centre, known for its sandy inlet beaches – Padova I, II and III – and also featuring the Lungo Mare promenade, and especially its rich cuisine, eco-friendly farm products, wide assortment of accommodation and in the midst of it all the proud figure of its patron St Lucia.
Baška is the best known tourist resort on the island of Krk, the Adriatic's biggest island ( 40.578 ha).
Krk’s position in the northern part of the Croatian Adriatic makes it the closest island to Central Europe. Baška’s favourable location has ensured its continuous growth and prosperity, as well as a distinctive place on the tourist scene, making the town one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Adriatic.
Beli is one of the oldest settlements on Cres which used to play a prominent role in the past. A settlement organised like an acropolis, Beli is situated on a 130m high hill above the eastern coast of the northern part of the island, on the site of a prehistoric hill-fort. Today it is a typical, closely- built, seaside village, rich in cultural and historical monuments.
The town of Cres is situated in the northeastern part of a large and well shielded bay which abounds in spacious and attractive bathing areas. The human activity, dating back to the Antique period, has left a whole range of monuments which help us to imagine how difficult life must have been on this island.
Dramalj is a well-known tourist resort close to Crikvenica, extending from Crni mol (a quarter in the city of Crikvenica) to the tourist complex Kačjak. There are approximately 1400 inhabitants, most of which are engaged in tourism and catering industry. A more intensive development of the village started back in the 19th century, following the development of tourism in the nearby Crikvenica area. It is due to the most favorable climatic and geographical conditions as well as the vicinity of Rijeka and Opatija that tourists, mountaineers and hunters started visiting Croatian Littoral, particularly Crikvenica and Novi Vinodolski on a larger scale in the second half of the past century.
Klenovica is the ideal spot for the ones going to a vacation to rest. Situated North- West from Senj, famous after its bora, it is not that exposed but a quiet place to run away from the city rush. At only 32 km from the town famous for its tower Nehaj, it is situated in the Primorsko-goranska County but takes big influence from the Ličko-senjska County.
Klimno is situated on the eastern part of the island, just 10 minutes drive from Krk bridge. With its old tourist tradition it is famous for its rich catering offer in the restaurants that offer seafood and other specialities with the mandatory autochthonous wine, apartments and private villas. The Klimno bay includes the villages Klimno, Soline and Čižići.
The old littoral town, Kraljevica, is situated at the entrance to the Bay of Bakar, in the heart of the blue Kvarner, where roads from the interior meet the sea for the first time. The scenery, filled with the blueness of sea and sky and the green of the luxuriant vegetation, is dominated by two medieval castles with the church, heritage of the Croatian noble families Zrinski and Frankopan. In summer months the historic castles live as cultural and entertainment centres.
The City of Krk is the largest and oldest settlement on the Krk Island. Krk is built on the ruins of Roman settlement of over 2000 years ago. Fortified town even today, the thirteen century city walls still stand, surounding historic part of the city. The historical ancient part of the city features the picturesque bell-towers of St. Franjo, Our lady of Good Health, the Cathedral and the Benedictine Abbey. The medieval walls that surround the city are the third largest city walls in Croatia. Krk's Frankopan castle, completed in 13th century, is used during the summer for concerts and other events.
Lopar is a tourist place with the greatest number of sandy beaches in the Adriatic and with an infinite number of picturesque coves.
Two kilometers past Lovran, you will come upon a small place which appears to have only a beautiful large pebble beach, however, a campground is situated in the area of the delta of the creek which flows from Učka Mountain.
Mali Lošinj is the biggest settlement on the island, found on the southern side of the Bay of Lošinj, which thanks to this position has become a very important maritime and commercial centre, and today, also an important tourist destination.
Malinska is situated at the northwest coast bay of island Krk, in spacious basin, within 15 km from the bridge that connects Krk to the mainland. Once famous for it's piers and ships as a safe harbour, today is a tourist location that keeps it's fishermen and naval heritage.
Martinscica is a relatively youthful and very attractive settlement on the gentlest part of the Cres coastline, alongside a wide bay open to the south west. The historical core is formed by the Church of St Martin, with a monastery, of the 16th century, and the Castle of the Sforza family of the 17th century.
The preserved nature and the rare charm of a peaceful, coastal town and its surroundings are things that are missing in today’s world and something that everyone is looking for. For this reason, locations which can offer such an experience are priceless and their stone architecture is worth more than any town brick, and their olive gardens are worth more than any botanical garden of any world metropolis.
Nerezine is situated at the foot of Osoršćica hill on the north eastern coastline of Lošinj. It was a place which gradually grew from field labouring and sheepherding to a fishing and seagoing settlement with shipyards known for their skilled workmen and construction of wooden ships.
The tourist town of NOVI VINODOLSKI developed and grew along the seashore in the central part of the northern Croatian coast, on the Riviera of Novi Vinodolski from the ancient Frankopans' fortress NOVI GRAD.
In history, Novi Vinodolski affirmed itself as political and cultural centre of the Principality of Vinodol ("Vinodol" - "Vallis vinearia") and with "The Vinodol Code" in 1288. It was the craddle of a pleiad of writers of the family Mazuranic. In 1878, thanks to the evergreen vegetation and mild Mediterranean climate, clean sea and air it gained the position, after Opatija, of being tourist pioneer of the seaside region.
Once a small fishermen's village, today it is a well known tourist meeting point of visitors from European and other countries. In past centuries this was just a small village of the island of Krk, the inhabitants of which were mainly engaged in the fishing trade, olive growing and stock-breeding as well as in logging wood. Lovely beaches, exceptionally blue sea, plenty of shadow and mild climate together with excellent accomodation capacities are the basic characteristics which attracts guests and makes Njivice a more and more well known tourist centre.
Omišalj is located in the northwestern part of the island of Krk, in the area where the island is closest to the land. Omišalj stands on a steep cliff and dominates the surrounding area of the bay of Kvarner. Today's Omišalj, thanks to the climate, vicinity of the bridge, the airport and the town of Rijeka, combines very wisely the tourist trade and the industry into it's economy.
Opatija, this elegant tourist destination, lies at the centre of the Riviera with the longest tradition of tourism in Croatia. The very attractive geographic position, enabling its warm seas to be quickly reached from many cities in Central Europe (only about 500 km from Milan, Vienna and Münich), lush green scenery and a pleasant climate (45° 20’ north latitude) were some of the main reasons for its beginning and the quick development of its tourism at the end of the 19th century.
On the spot where the islands of Lošinj and Cres almost meet is a small town, which in ancient times, experienced its moment of glory. Osor, which is simultaneously history and a museum, becomes a unique open-air stage of rich cultural events during the summer months.
The town of Punat is situated in the southwest part of the Island of Krk, in one of the most protected bays on the Adriatic. Here, amidst the mild Mediterranean and the contrasts between the blue and the green, is the home of hospitable people to whom the climate has given the mildness and the rock and the sea have given them care and diligence. All the charm of the simple seaside ambience in the town of Punat comes from the narrow little streets, the passages, the terraces and the taverns keeping good wines, the primal whiteness of the nearby gravely beaches, and the vineyards and olive groves surrounded by rock. Punat also has a true gem in the middle of the bay – the islet of Košljun.
Punta Križa is located on the most southern part of the island of Cres and is a national park rich in flora and fauna.
Rab, a town and island of marvellous scenic diversity, a variety of beautiful beaches, a cultural milieu dating back to pre-Roman times, with its four characteristic bell-towers, a town of rich historic heritage further refined into a complete experience for the senses, long pleasant walks...
Whichever part of the world you come from, you have arrived at the heart of Europe. Rijeka, the visitor-friendly city filled with the scent of the sea, awaits you.
Wake up to the magnificent view of Kvarner Bay. Enjoy the mild Mediterranean climate. Take a stroll along Korzo and experience the heart of the city loved by both younger and older generations. Lounge in one of the cafes and read the history of the town from the facades of buildings.
Once a town of fisherman and stonemansons, over the past century. Selce has developed into an attractive tourism destination. Selce is situated on a picturesque coastline, near Crikvenica and only 35 kilometres south of Rijeka one of the most diverse and beautiful parts of the Adriatic coast.
Šilo is the largest of Dobrinj’s local villages with a long
tradition of welcoming tourists. One of Šilo’s particular qualaties are its numerous and
naturally protected pebble beaches (coves) and the
specially well known sandybeach with its clear, pleasant
sea, ideal for small children.
Valun is situated in the southern part of the Bay of Valun between two beautiful pebbly beaches. Valun was founded as a port of the old village of Bucev, the remains of which were found in the vicinity of the Church of St. Mark, whose inhabitants established a new settlement when they got oriented to the sea.Today Valun is a picturesque seaside village, situated around a small harbour, whose economy is based on camping and family tourism.
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