Krk is a town of rich cultural-historical heritage and its location makes it an excellent starting point for touring the numerous attractions the Island of Krk has to offer.
The island is home to the remains of an early Roman basilica from the 5th century and a Roman municipium. You will also come across a preserved core of the medieval town of Krk, as well as a Franciscan monastery from the year 1480 and numerous other structures which unveil the rich past of the island. Probably the most valuable historical artefact is the Baska tablet (Croatian: Baščanska ploča) at Jurandvor village. It dates back to 1100 and was written in Glagolitic script; an important testimonial of Croatian literacy.
Pay a visit to a unique cave Biserujka and enjoy numerous magical cave speleothems or discover the harmony of medicinal mud at the Cove of Klimno. You can also discover the magic of the sea world at three aquariums…
Welcome to Krk, the Golden Island!
Enjoy the sea view, take a breath of fresh air, let the sunshine brighten your face... explore the charming medieval streets of the historical city of Krk, follow the wine & olive trails or take an adventurous boat trip to the spectacular surrounding islands of Croatia.