Krk is an island with a rich cultural and historical heritage that needs to be experienced. Small, winding roads dominate within the old centres of almost every village on the island, with each parish church being unique and recognizable.
If you would like to get to know the islanders' way of life in the past, you should certainly visit the homeland museums with their ethnographic and sacral collections, the numerous galleries and the Vitezić library in Vrbnik. The small island of Košljun is a unique cultural and historical place that should certainly be visited during your stay on the island of Krk.
A special attraction is represented by the Biserujka cave, rich with stalagmites and stalactites. Amongst other things, you can see a small group of bats here if you come in the early morning or at the end of the day.
For sea and underwater lovers Baška’s aquarium is an ideal choice. Around 100 species of Adriatic fish and cochleas can be found in twenty aquariums with a total of 20 cubic metres of sea water. The Baška Aquarium gives you a unique experience of the underwater seaworld.
If you would to spend a pleasant and entertaining day, you should definitely visit the waterski-lift situated in Punat bay. This is one of the most modern lifts in Europe. With an exciting experience of skiing on water as well as wakeboarding at the facility located over 400 square metres where you can also enjoy numerous additional contents.
Cultural and historical heritage
The Baška tablet