The most important tourist places on the island of Krk, Croatia
The island of Krk has many wonderful tourist places, we review with you in
Krka National Park, Croatia
Krka National Park is one of the most famous tourist attractions on the island of Krk, Croatia. Stretching from the Adriatic Sea to the Croatian inland mountains, the park is an enchanting place well worth a visit.
The park offers you a range of fun activities amidst magnificent waterfalls, beautiful valleys, the Krk River, and a small lake. As well as walking over the boardwalks, there are also handicrafts workshops, souvenir shops and restaurants.
Aquarium Terrarium Krk
Krk Aquarium, Croatia
Terrarium aquarium is one of the best recreational places that you can visit on the island of Krk, Croatia. It is an ideal place for families and children.
The aquarium allows you to learn about Croatian freshwater fish species, as well as freshwater fish species from the rest of the world in about 20 large aquariums. You will find iguanas, leopard chameleons, royal pythons and many more marine creatures.
Beserogka Cave in Croatia
Besirogka Cave is located near the village of Rodin, and it is a special place that we advise you to visit during your vacation. It is a cave decorated with exquisite decorations and searchlights, as well as an important biological site due to its very rich wildlife.
Associated with the cave is the legend of an escaped treasure hidden in a mysterious hole. Enjoy the stunning landscape of the cave within the well-lit lanes, suitable for all ages. You can also discover the remains of a 16,000-year-old cave bear.
Baska Aquarium Croatia
Bashka Aquarium is one of the most important places of tourism on the island of Krk. The place offers its visitors a unique experience of the sea world, especially the world under the waters of the Croatian Adriatic Sea.
You and your little ones enjoy watching an exciting and diverse group of wonderful marine creatures, inside 21 aquariums such as seahorses, groupers and fearsome spiny creatures. As well as being home to one of the largest groups of mussels and Adriatic snails in Croatia.