You can get following pilgrims stamps and Pilgrim certificate (compostela) at:
City of Krk – Tourist Info Centre
Location: Google Maps link
Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 07,30 – 20,30; Saturday : from 08,30 – 18,30; Sunday: closed
The beginning of the Camino Krk route is in front of the Krk cathedral, a magnificent Romanesque structure that dominates the skyline of the city of Krk.
A parish near the city of Krk dedicated to the St. Michael archangel, depicted here slaying the dragon representing evil.
The dense forests lead to the Church of St Chrysogonus above Čavlena Cove, a true gem of the island’s Romanesque architecture.
Kornić (St. Dunat)
Just before the entrance to the village at the crossroads, lies a charming medieval church of St. Dunatus, featured on this stamp.
The Camino Krk route ends in the town of Krk area, with the last pilgrimage point being the Parish Church of St James the Apostle.
Krk Tourist Board
When you get the Pilgrim certificate at the TZG Krk Tourist Info Center, you’ll get the final stamp featuring the Frankopan castle at the city of Krk.