The city of Krk in the heart of Krk island is a perfect Mediterranean place for your vacation. It is a great location to enjoy swimming in a crystal clear sea and sunbathing on the beautiful beaches with six blue flags.
In Krk, you can also explore the relaxing walking paths through the beautiful landscapes in pristine nature and the shade of pine trees, or a rich cultural and historical heritage dating back to the ancient times.
Porat is the place surrounded by beautiful beaches, where you will fully enjoy in Mediterranean ambience. This small fishing village is located on the north west part of the Malinska bay.
Explore relaxing nature and unwind while walking through lush Mediterranean vegetation or enjoy in the crystal clear Adriatic sea.
Malinska is one of the places which is known for its beautiful pebble and rocky beaches, like Malin draga, Rova and Vantačić. It has also a rich history and it is a former Austrian aristocracy’s favourite destination.
Along with 19 small villages, the town is located on the western side of island Krk, called Dubašnica, which is known to be one of the best natural harbors.
Tourist village Njivice is the youngest village on the island. It is located in western part of the island, in municipality Omišalj. Njivice are known for Lake, which is today used as a water source, but also for a 1200m long promenade by the sea.
Except being known for natural beauties and great beaches, Njivice also provides a lot of amusement and events, festas and concerts.
Omišalj is the first city that you will see once you pass Krk bridge. It is located on the north west part of the island, and it is recognizable for its old part of the town adorned by medieval narrow streets and small houses which gives a special charm to this town enriched with historical heritage. known to be the cultural centre of the island.
The town is placed on cliff, from which you can enjoy in the unique Kvarner bay panorama.
Punat is located on the west part of the Krk island and it is known for being an olive growing centre. The most iconic part of Punat is Košljun island and its Franciscan monastery.
Punat is considered one of the youngest villages on the island of Krk, but its history goes back to the ancient times, when this area was inhabited by Greeks, Romans and Illyrians. It is also known for the centuries of nautical tradition.
Baška is a place of rich historical and cultural heritage and some breathtaking natural sights. It is located on the southernmost part of the island, in the valley surrounded by hillsides leading to the sea.
Here you will find one of the largest beaches on the Adriatic, over 1.8 km long, as well as about dozens of beautiful pebble beaches alongside the crystal clear sea. Its historical treasure includes the famous Baška tablet – Croatian cultural “birth certificate” from the 1100, and Baška’s Glagolitic Trail with Glagolitic stone inscriptions.