Pilgrim passport for Camino Krk, is issued by the Croatian Confraternity of St. James. It tis officially certified by the Pilgrim Office at Santiago de Compostela, and is valid for all pilgrimage routes on the Way of St. James in Europe.
You can get the Croatian pilgrim passport from local tourist offices on the island of Krk. If you complete at least one section of the Camino Krk route you are eligible for the Camino Krk pilgrim certificate (compostela) which you can get at City of Krk Tourist Info Centre.
Where to get stamps
You can collect stamps for your pilgrim passport (credential) on various locations along the Camino Krk route.
Most of the pilgrim stamps feature Glagolitic alphabet, crested in the 9th century. The Croats were the only nation in Europe given special permission by the Pope their own language and this script in liturgy.
Click here to see stamp locations for each destination, to learn more about what each stamp represents and why a specific design was chosen, and see an overview of the pilgrim stamps design:
All pilgrims who complete at least one daily section of the Camino Krk route are eligible for Camino Krk Compostela – pilgrim certificate.
All you need to do is present your stamped pilgrim do passport at the tourist office in the city of Krk and they will issue you our Compostela free of charge.