lies in the southwestern part of the Balkan Peninsula. Croatia borders the Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro and has a coastal border with Italy, Slovenia and Montenegro. Its coast is divided into the northern part (Istria and Kvarner Riviera) and southern part (Dalmatia). Croatia has the most rugged coastline in Europe with a total length of 4012 km, including more than 1185 islands and isles.
The island of Krk
is the largest inhabited island in Croatia, with area of 405.78 square kilometers. It is located in Kvarner Riviera and is connected to the mainland by an impressive 1440 m long road arched bridge, According to expert surveys, the local sea is the cleanest in Europe. The average sea water temperature in summer is around 25 ° C.
The island of Krk is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Croatia. Its cleanliness, great smell of healing plants and crystal clear sea make it irresistible. Holidaymakers especially appreciate the clean beaches. A large part of the beaches on the island has a prestigious "Blue Flag", an international award for the cleanliness of the environment. Krk also offers a rich cultural history and the remains of the first traces of Croatian literacy.
Town of Krk
is the capital of the island with 5.5 thousand residents. The island is popular with tourists and holidaymakers from all over Europe for its history and also for a picturesque and romantic atmosphere. It is a place of active recreation, entertainment and beautiful beaches. Its attractive, yet quiet location, offers a tranquil vacation and relaxation.