Apartment Nino is a spacious apartment located on the firs floor of the house.
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100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
The City of Krk, as a field trip destination, is visited by tourists who walk around and get to know the basic facts about the town which is more than two thousand years old.
Krk City is a fortified town even today, with walls along its entire length. The town is entered through four doors and there are small and big streets, stopping when a detail attracts attention. The most important heritage in the town is certainly the sacred complex of three churches with the cathedral which was built over the leftovers of Roman thermae from the 5th century; Franciscan and Benedictine monastery with churches (12th and 13th century), archaeological locality Volsonis under the main town square and your personal exploration of details which will make Krk City the charming place you’ve been looking for.
The Island of Krk has many nice beaches, with Baska beach also being one of the most beautiful beaches of Croatia. Beach areas ranges from fine or more coarse pebbles, sand beaches, rocky beaches through to man-made paved bathing areas.
There are a few sandy beaches on the Krk island as well as a beach in a large Soline bay known on its healing mud. Some beaches are in the secluded coves, accessible only by boat or sometimes by foot using the narrow pathways leading through island vegetation.
Many beaches are awarded Blue Flag which symbolises a cleanness of the sea and a safe and pleasant beach and holiday environment. Most "wild" beaches do not have blue flag purely because they have not been tested, but the sea along these beaches is usually just as clear and clean as the organised beaches with the blue flag.