Thanks to the proximity of the islands, you can easily take a trip to the cities or beaches of the surrounding islands with an organized boat trip or boat taxi.
At the southeastern end of the island of Krk is a spacious seaside town, Baška, with a sheltered bay and pebble beaches. After a walk along the beach and in the harbor, it is worth taking a walk through the charming streets of the old town, among the buildings showing the characteristic architectural features of the Kvarner Bay, where every foot of space has been taken advantage of. There are plenty of restaurants and gift shops near the seafront promenade.
The island became a secret state prison for males and labor camp in 1949, holding mainly political prisoners here until 1956, but continued to function as a political concentration and re-education camp for decades until Tito’s death. Female prisoners were held on the neighboring island of Sveti Grgur.
One and a half kilometers long sandy beach.