Cultural and historical heritage
We could say that the island of Krk is more than rich with historical monuments. And their content is known from prehistoric times to the present. However, there are a large number of monuments which cannot all be named, so we’ll mention just a few: Read more
Parish church of the Assumption of our Blessed Virgin Mary from 1213 with the bell tower from 16th century.
Remains of Early Christian basilica from 5th century and Roman municipium Fulfinum in Sepen bay near Mirine (2 km from Omišalj)
Parish church of St. Apollinaire in Bogovići from 1857.
Monastery of Franciscans of the Third Order with the church of St. Mary Magdalene from 1480 in Porat.
In the monastery there is the museum exhibition with a library, ethnographic collection and Glagolitic lapidary and the original olive press.
Sacral complex of the cathedral of the Assumption of our Blessed Virgin Mary from 5th century with the church of St. Quirinus, the city’s patron (11th/12th century) with the sacral collection.
Kamplin Square with Frankopan castle and square tower (12th century).
Little church of St. Krševan (9th or 12th century) near the village of Milohnić.
Little church of St. Dunat (12th century) near the village of Kornić.
Islet Košljun (6.5 ha) in Puntarska draga, a natural forest reserve and a cultural monument
In the Franciscan Monastery with the church of the Assumption of Our Blessed Virgin Mary from 1480 there is a valuable library, ethnographic museum and permanent exhibition of sacral art.
Parish church of Holy Trinity from 1767 (dedicated in 1777) with one of the most beautiful baroque altars.
Library of family Vitezić, founded in 1898. It contains valuable Glagolitic missals, breviaries and books with particularly important Koehler’s Atlas from 1718 preserved in only two copies, one of which is i Cambridge in England and the other in Vrbnik.
Parish church of the Assumption of Our Blessed Virgin Mary from 1325 with the renaissance bell tower from 16th century and the Museum of the City of Vrbnik.
Early Romanic little church of St. Lucy in Jurandvor (2 km from Baška), a sacred location of Croatian national history and culture. In the church there is Baška Tablet, the most significant monument of Croatian language and literature, written in Glagolitic letters (around year 1,100). There is an exhibition area by the church.
Regional museum of Baška- ethnographic collection
Parish church of Holy Trinity from 18th century.
Parish church of St. Stephen, as a main church of Dobrinj area mentioned around the year 1,100.
Early Romanic little church of Endowment of Dragoslav from year 1,100 in village St. Vid.
Ethnographic collection of Dobrinj area and the island of Krk. Collection of fossils from the island of Krk.