About Island Krk

In past, Krk was believed to be the largest Island of Croatia, but as technology developed, more precise measurements revealed Cres to be slightly larger. That doesn’t mean Krk lacks the potential to provide supreme vacation during the summer. In that context, it is as large as it ever was.

The Island has its own airport, officially belonging to continental town of Rijeka, meaning that international arrivals are very simple and straightforward. Krk itself belongs to Kvarner archipelago, and is largely influenced with region’s lush world of gastronomy and cultural inheritance. With dozens of small town and villages, it has a lot of offer to people seeking peace from busy office schedules. Unique features of the destination include Cizici beach (with skin-beneficial mud), the small cave of Biserujka (rumored to have a hidden treasure chest), the Glagolitic artifact of Baska Tablet and tasty traditional cake of Presnec.

Island Krk
Krk, Croatia

Relax on The New Square of Malinska

Located on Croatian Island of Krk, Malinska is a picturesque settlement that became a viable tourist location in recent decades. Originally a harbor that was known to be safe from strong Adriatic winds, it was founded in 15th century and named after a local mill (one of archaic Croatian words for this structure is malin). Closely tied to Frankopan family of nobles in past, Malinska was an important urban center for Krk Island. With Croatia developing as a tourism-oriented country, the settlement was supposed to become a sort of Adriatic Monte Carlo, with a number of high-class casinos being built in early seventies. However, due to business conflicts of investors, these plans fundamentally collapsed. However, Malinska is still attracting a…

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