Close to shore, preserved nature and a variety of activities are a culmination of reasons that make it extremely popular and readily visited. Krka is simple and easy to reach by road as the Krk bridge (1430 m) connects it to the mainland. Upon arrival, be sure to visit the town of Krk, one of the oldest urban settlements in Croatia with rich cultural and historical attractions. Then, why not visit the small, picturesque villages situated along the coast or inland. In Baška, discover the Baška Tablet and also visit the aquarium. Visit the delightful Omišalj with its pleasant small cobbled streets. While in Njivice, taste fresh fish and seafood, and in one of the many taverns in the interior of the island discover other varieties of fresh and high-quality local food - most notably Krk lamb, goats’ cheese and olive oil. A trip to Krk would not be complete without a visit to the beautiful Punat town and Košljun islet, an island within an island, which boasts lush vegetation. To complete your visit to Krk, leave Vrbnik until the end and try local specialties tasting Vrbnička žlahtina, an authentic wine variety that thrives only in the Vrbnik field. With an unforgettable gastronomic adventure, relax among the hidden coves and pristine coastal nature. Enjoy the beautiful bays along the coast of the island, a beautiful promenade and bike paths. Spend a quiet, or perhaps an active holiday, but without the unnecessary rush and stress. The exceptional versatility of the island makes your choice for an interesting and relaxing holiday very simple. Select the island of Krk and you’ll make the right choice!