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Malinska is located in a beautiful bay on the western part of the island of Krk. This place was formerly famous for its port, and today is a renowned tourist center; it was named after a mill. The area of Malinska is adorned with numerous sandy and pebble beaches, as well as small covert coves for those who do not enjoy the summer crowds. Some of the more beautiful and famous beaches in Malinska are Draga beach (pebble, partially concrete beach, suitable for children), Porat beach (pebble, concrete, family beach, located in the center of Porat) and the Rupa beach (located near Malinska, pebble, concrete beach, adjusted for the disabled persons). The town is also famous for its historical sites which testify about its long and turbulent past. Visit the tower of the ruined St. Apolinara church (it was built in 1618), ruins of the Benedictine church and convent from the 11th and 12th century. In the nearby Porat you can visit the church of St. Mary Magdalene, Franciscan convent from year 1500, gothic renaissance building which was adapted in a baroque style after 200 years, as well as other historical sites. During summer, numerous festivities and manifestations are organized in Malinska, such as St. Apolinara festivity (patron saint of the town, celebrated on July 23rd), Malinska night (end of July), Malinska cultural summer (15.06.-15.09.), as well as the Kvarner regatta in September. If you feel like going out at night, visit the discotheques “Crossroad” and “Jungle” in the town of Krk. Sports and active vacation enthusiasts can enjoy tennis, table tennis, bowling, mini golf, riding, football, basketball, beach volleyball and all types of water sports. If you want to savor the delicacies and various specialties of Malinska and the island of Krk, visit the restaurants “Sottovento” and “Nostromo”, as well as the taverns “Pod Murvu”, “Martin” and “Bracera”.
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Krk is a town situated on an eponymous island, only 13km from Malinska. This is a town with typical Mediterranean features; narrow streets, stone houses, numerous cultural monuments and picturesque pebble beaches provide the aspect it has had for centuries. Visit the town walls, city hall, great town gates, splendidissima, colsonis, bell tower of the cathedral, St. Our Lady of Good Health, St. Josip church, St. Dunat church and other sites. Sports and recreation fans can relax by playing tennis, golf, by sailing, diving, going to a fitness center, playing beach volleyball, cycling and countless other activities.
Opatija is a destination with the longest tradition of tourism in Croatia. The city’s parks, seaside promenade, tidy swimming areas, fountains and numerous aged villas are the reason that tourists return to Opatija year after year. Visit the following cultural monuments of this city: church of St. Jacob, parish Church of the Annunciation, evangelical church, church of St. Anne, parish church of St. Mark, park Angiolina, park St. Jakob, Lungomare, villa Angiolina and numerous other monuments which stand as evidence of Opatija’s longstanding tradition of tourism.
Rijeka is a harbor town as well as the center of the Primorje Gorski kotar county. The symbol of this city is the Morcic – a type of jewelry worn by seafarers to protect them from danger at sea. Visit the many historical monuments which are evidence of the city’s turbulent past: Municipija palace, church of St. Jerome, university library, museum of modern and contemporary art, governor’s palace, maritime and historical museum of the Croatian coast, Rijeka city museum, natural museum, judiciary palace, church of St. Vitus, old gate, Komuna palace, city walls, Adam’s residence, Modello palace, Orthodox church of St. Nicholas, city tower, Jadran palace, church of Kapucin and various others.
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* prices for June 2017 based on the maximum capacity for a minimum stay of 7 days