Spending winter holidays on the island of Krk is something you’d never think of?
Well, in December - as almost every country in this world - also Croatia turns into a beautiful winter wonderland.
Decorated pine trees, Christmas songs, the scent of mulled wine and cooked sausages while you stroll through the streets are only a part of this whole winter holiday...
Like the whole Croatian region, also the island of Krk is known for countless hidden gems and traditional, local delicacies you simply cannot miss out!
Here are our top three must-try delicacies you should definitely experience on your next adventure to Croatia:
1. Wine Tales on the Island of Krk
Croatia is one of the Mediterranean countries known for its rich...
#1 Coffee culture
Because you can sip your coffee for hours without any guilt!
You woke up and just don’t feel like going to the beach again? No problem at all! Live like a real Croatian – walk down to the first coffee bar you like, order your favourite coffee and just relax… and keep relaxing and sipping your exquisite coffee for hours,...
Isn’t it awesome when you can eat fresh, local, organic goods and nothing else?
Did you know that even today, for most Croatian families, this is the only way of living? For daily preparation of traditional dishes locals only need to hop in their own gardens, local family farms or local markets - simple as that!
So, where can You find this natural treasure?
Photo by Valter Stojšić / Baška Tourist Board
Have you ever travelled through Croatia and noticed dry stone walls? They are definitely a huge part of Croatia’s landscape, like olive trees or rocky coastline. These walls, called suhozid or gromače, are centuries old and they were built for agricultural...
It's Easter Time!!! Or as we prefer to say – it's Time for Šiširki (read shishirki).
If you have ever visited Croatia during Easter time and tried some of the delicacies which are usually served during this holiday - like ham and spring onions with homemade bread or lamb under the bell with...
Walking down the streets of the Island of Krk simply cannot be dull! You’ll likely to bump into stone structures which at first look intriguing and beautiful, when in fact they were very important tools used in every-day life, years and years ago.
Remember that stone container Kamenica full of flowers which you can see in almost every old part of the towns on the...
You might have roamed the streets of Krk or Vrbnik and noticed stone containers in countryards as decorations or containers for flowers. As you may imagine, the locals wouldn’t go through that much trouble of hand making stone containers just to keep flowers in...
Goli otok is located at the foot of the tall peaks of the Velebit mountain between the two most popular tourist islands Krk and Rab. Right next to Goli otok is the island of Grgur – a former prison for women. In former Yugoslavia Goli otok was a prison for men, political prisoners, and later criminals. The island was abandoned in 1989 and has been open to visitors ever since.
Baška is a symbol of tourism on the island of Krk and a symbol for beautiful beaches in Croatia. It is the most famous tourist destination on the island of Krk, but it is also one of the most desirable tourist destinations of the Croatian Adriatic.
Photo by Damir Jevtić / Baška Tourist Board
Baška tablet, Oldest...