With its area of 405.78 km2, Krk is one of the largest islands in the Adriatic Sea. It is the northernmost island in the Mediterranean and the closest to the European continent. It is connected to the mainland by the Krk Bridge with a total length of 1430 meters, built in 1980, which with its impressive appearance harmoniously blended into the picturesque island landscape.
The proximity and accessibility of this beautiful historical story and interesting past make Krk wonderful and mysterious, one of the most visited islands in the Croatian part of the Adriatic.
In antiquity it was called the golden island - Insula Aurea, and golden here are nature, sunsets, beaches, forests, rocky and karst, olive oil, wine and honey.
You can discover this beautiful island in all seasons, you can get to know its various settlements that hide millennial cultural monuments and museums and galleries, or you can walk along romantic promenades by the sea and wild shepherd's paths of rocks with magnificent views of the nearby hills. and the neighboring islands of the Kvarner Bay (Rab, Cres and Lošinj).
Participate in picking olives or grapes with the locals or explore the island by bike following the many bike paths. Lovers of good food and wine will enjoy the flavors of the famous Krk cuisine, indigenous dishes, a noble drop of the well-known wine of Vrbnička žlahtina and the unique sea sparkling wine Valomet.
Take advantage of the benefits that the whole island offers you in the fullness of its rich and varied offer.