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Rab is the most prominent part of the island of the same name. it is a beautiful town which astonishes every visitor with its old town core dominated by 4 bell towers. The town is situated between the bay of St. Eufemija and the town port. It is a typically medieval urban town encircled with stone walls. The name Rab is first mentioned in written records in the middle of the 15th century. The town contains numerous cultural and historical monuments because of its thousand year old history. Visit the old part of the town (typical suburbs, the middle street (the central dynamic axis of the city with mercantile and other public contents), the tower and the church of St. Kristofor, the remains of the St. John the Evangelist church and convent, St. Cross church, Liberty square, St. Andrija convent, Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary cathedral, St. Antun convent, Municipium Arbe square, port as well as the northern town prospect, the town lodge and the church of St. Franje on the cemetery. Beautiful pebble and sandy beaches are located on the island of Rab,such as: Kampor beach, Suha Punta beach, Banova Vila beach, as well as numerous other beaches where you can enjoy swimming and sunbathing. During summer, numerous festivities are organized; churches and squares turn into open stages, numerous art exhibits are organized, classical music concerts and youth music, as well as countless other manifestations. Sports and active vacation fans can enjoy football, volleyball, basketball, tennis, jogging, diving, jet-ski, fishing, sailing, water skiing, cycling and numerous other activities. If you would like to get acquainted with the gastronomy of this island and savor the specialties of the town of Rab, visit the restaurants “Maestral”, “Koralj” and “Astoria”, as well as the tavern “Riva”.
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Novalja is the tourist center of Pag island. The main attractions are its sandy and pebble beaches. There is a wide range of dishes offered in its numerous restaurants. On the beaches of Novalja you can enjoy a wide variety of sports activities and partying till the dawn. Visit the roman aqueduct, where the temperature does not rise above the chilly 15 degrees Celsius even during the summer days. The best known beaches in the Novalja region are : Zrće (one of the most attractive and most beautiful beaches in Novalja; this beach holds three night clubs and many small cafes for day and night entertainment), Casca, Planjska, Straško, Sveti Duh and Ručica.
Rijeka is a port city which is also the center of 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: 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, and various others.
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.
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* prices for June 2017 based on the maximum capacity for a minimum stay of 7 days