Holiday on Krk

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The largest island in the Adriatic is the island of Krk. It has an area of ??410 km2. Krk is connected to the mainland via a bridge. It is easy to get to the island which also has an international airport. It is an ideal place to relax.

Krk offers many attractions and protected beaches . The island's cultural history and heritage are among the most important in Croatia. There are old churches, small cozy villages, cycling and water sports, etc.

Villages worth a visit: Baska, Vrbnik, Punat, Malinska, Njivice and Silo. In addition, there is the town of Krk.

Attractions in the town of Krk:

The city is surrounded by Croatia's 3rd largest city wall, the 13th-century Francopan castle dating back to the 16th century old townhouse. The cathedral's great bell tower and near Silo you can see the Biseruja cave.

On the small island of Kosljun you will find a museum in a monastery.

On the western side of the island you will find the village of Glavostok where there is a church and a monastery.

The village of Omisaljder, dating back to the 3rd century, has an exciting history.

The village of Vrbnik is situated on a cliff surrounded by vineyards, and the Zlahtina quality wine is produced.

At the small quiet port of Voz you can experience a panoramic view of the bridge connecting Krk with the mainland.

In the island's cities there are a variety of restaurants, pizzerias and cafes, and it offers ample opportunity to choose from many culinary specialties.

Nightlife: In Malinska, Natclubben Boa is open during the holiday season from 23:00 to 5:00

In the town of Krk you will find Volsonis cocktail bar. Also mentioned are Club Casa del Padrone, where there are different evening events.

Connections: The island is very easy to reach by car, bus, ship and plane. The nearest train station is located in Rijeka (56 km)

The island has a mild climate that provides many sunny days. And the climate provides breeding ground for many different plants. There are forests that grow fruit and vegetables, wine and olives.

Beaches: The beaches of the island are clean and the blue flag wires
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