The island of Krk offers a wide choice of tours as each place on the island is of interest in a unique way. By sightseeing the old city centres or discovering the island's cultural and historical heritage, you can feel the real spirit of days gone by both in restaurants and in taverns tasting the locally produced smoked ham and cheese, the always fresh fish and seafood and the excellent olive oil and wine from Krk’s olive groves and vineyards.
Visit Omišalj, the first place after you pass the Krk bridge, its old centre with the parish church of Our Lady of the Assumption, whilst in Njivice, once a small fishing village and today a recognized tourist village, you can enjoy a trip in a glass-bottomed boat, which will take your breath away as you watch the Adriatic's underwater world.
Malinska is also marked by its rich gastronomical offer and cultural and historical heritage - the parish church of St. Apolinar and the third order Franciscan Monastery, with the church of St. Mary Magdalene in Porto, close to Malinska.
As the island's capital, Krk is an ideal tour destination with various events and tour possibilities. Small churches, monuments, galleries and numerous summer shows are just part of the offer.
You cannot visit the village of Punat and not see the small island of Košljun, a natural forest reserve and cultural monument is unimaginable. To do this, you will be helped by the “barkajoli” who continuously drive the 10 minute return journey from Punat to Košljun.
If you would like to taste the famous Vrbnička žlahtina wine you should certainly visit the village of Vrbnik and its numerous restaurants and taverns. The place has a rich history where curiously you can find the narrowest street in the world.
Baška is also known as the cradle of Croatian literacy. In fact, the Baška tablet was found in the small church of St. Lucy. You should also visit the beautiful 2 kilometre-long beach and aquarium and experiment the unique adventure of the sea world.
Close to Dobrinj is the Biserujka cave, with a rich subterranean gallery of numerous stalactites, stalagmites and calcite pillars.
Thanks to its closeness to the other Kvarner islands, the boat tours are fitting. In this way you can visit the island of Cres where the impressive village of Lubenice is situated as well as ancient Osor, and the village of Beli, a hill covered with vegetation and houses, whilst under a 130-metre high cliff is the sea, a small port and a pebbled beach.
The island of Lošinj has a famous maritime tradition, being a favourite habitat of dolphins. The island of Rab, which the Romans called the happy island, is an island with a rich cultural and historical heritage whilst the island of Pag, marked by rock, sea and sheep, is recognizable by its local cheese and lace.
Within the tourist offer you can also find picnic tours that include swimming by visiting the smaller islands such as Plavnik, Grgur and Goli otok as well as all kinds of daily or half-day boat tours according to the guests' wishes, such as :
- Fishing using excellent fishing equipment
- Night drive for young people –disco nights, cafés and cocktail bars
Visit the Opatija or Crkivenica Riviera and the city of Rijeka either by bus or using your own personal transport, as well as the business, commercial, university and Kvarner cultural centres. As part of the tourist offer guests can choose to visit the nearby national parks such as the Pltivice Lakes, Risnjak and North Velebit, as well as tours to Gorski kotar, Venice and Istria (Istria Tour).