Camino Krk is just a little over 150-kilometre long circular route across the island. It starts in the island’s centre – the town of Krk (Krk Cathedral), and ends, symbolically, at the Parish Church of St James the Apostle in the village of Kornić.

The Krk route is divided into 7 daily stages, needed to truly experience the island’s historical, cultural and religious heritage woven into the unique natural and urban setting. The route is well-marked with signposts and you can also use a smartphone with a GPS file.

Setup GPS route on your smartphone:

  • First install Maps.Me application (for iPhone and Android)
  • Then, on your smartphone open this web page and click on Camino Krk GPS file download  After you download it, open it in the Maps.Me application.

The Camino Krk route starts from the town of Krk, the island’s centre, with the first day featuring a 23-kilometre long walk through its surrounding villages, from Vrh through the Šotovento area, Skrbčići and Pinezići all the way to the village of Brzac.  

Day two of the pilgrimage includes a 22.9-kilometre long walk from the village of Brzac to Glavotok, still in the Šotovento area, before heading to Dubašnica. Passing through several authentic island villages, this part of the route ends in Malinska, the centre of the Malinska-Dubašnica Municipality.

On day three, the pilgrimage resumes along a 19-kilometre long route from the heart of Malinska to the northern part of the island, west of Kijac and through Njivice, to Omišalj as the final destination.

On day four, the pilgrimage section follows a 21.4-kilometre-long, northernmost route from the centre of Omišalj to Čižići. It starts from the viewpoint of Dubec Park, Omišalj’s green oasis …

Along the 21.6-kilometre route, the pilgrimage continues from Čižići via Soline and a woody inland area to the villages of Dobrinj and Sv. Vid Dobrinjski. It ends in Vrbnik, which you will reach from Risika.

On day six, the walk continues through the Vrbnik Field on a 23.3-kilometre-long section from Vrbnik to Baška. The field is widely known as the place where precious vines have been grown for more than a hundred years now.

On day seven, a 21.4-kilometre-long section will take walkers from Baška via Jurandvor, Batomalj and Punat to the final destination – Kornić. Following the sculptures along the Baška Glagolitic Trail you will arrive in Jurandvor, one of the most famous sites on the island.

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