One exceptionally nice and beautiful island is “Krk”. Croatia used to be part of Yugoslavia and is located next to Slovenija and not far from Italy. If you are planning on spending some time in the sun…
Krk is the place to be! Although it gets really hot in the summer, there is always a light breeze coming from the ocean. There are only a few towns on the island and the most beautiful ones are: Baska, Krk, Omisalj, Njivice, and Vrbnik. They are all located at the coast and have gorgeous old and leaning houses, painted in pretty colours.
Croatia’s ocean is very warm and clear and when snorkeling, you will see lots of fishes swimming around you. They offer many boat trips around the island and that’s a nice opportunity to see Krk from the ocean and also its neighbour-islands .
Krk is famous for its extraordinarily good olive oil. Plenty of olive trees grow around Punat (a town close to Krk-town). They use olive oil a lot in their kitchen. You should eat out a lot anyway…it’s DELICIOUS! One of my favourite dishes is “Surlice”, which is Croatian-style pasta. Don’t miss it! To take a look over the island you can climb Mount Obzova. It’s pretty easy to reach the top and takes you about one to two hours. From up there you have a breathtaking view over the whole island. What a nice place to be in!
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