When staying in a holiday home on Krk, you are on one of the largest islands in the Adriatic Sea. Krk is part of the Croatian islands and is also called the golden island because of its rich green landscape. With a mild climate and many hours of sunshine, you can enjoy a pleasant temperature here almost all year round. Enjoy white rocky landscapes, Mediterranean villages and historic towns during a holiday on Krk.
A Belvilla holiday home on Krk offers an ideal starting point for an interesting and pleasant excursion to the city of the same name. Krk is an old fortified town and is also the capital of the island. Visit the various Romanesque and Gothic churches in this city, the highlight of which is the 13th century St. Mary's Ascension Church. Visit the Frankopan castle or one of the palaces such as the Kotterhuis and discover the rich history of this city. Look for special souvenirs in one of the cosy shopping streets or dive into the vibrant nightlife. At the beginning of August, Krk is the venue for the annual city festivals with lively concerts and performances. Enjoy a stay full of culture and conviviality in a holiday home on Krk.
Radiant pebble beaches and a clear sea make a stay in a holiday home in Krk an ideal destination for your beach holiday. The island is connected to the coast of Croatia via a 1,300 meter long bridge so can easily be reached by car, but you could also opt to take a pleasant boat trip. The island is characterized by fishing villages, pebble beaches and a variety of water sports. This makes Krk the perfect destination for an active holiday on the water. Rent a sailing boat or discover various underwater treasures such as the reefs of Kamenjak, the underwater caves of Vrbnik and the shipwreck of Peltastis. Real adventurers can go cliff diving, wake-boarding and paintballing during their holiday on Krk. Experience a varied holiday in one of the Belvilla holiday homes on Krk.
From a holiday home on Krk you can enjoy a range of trips to the Mediterranean villages that this island is famous for. When you visit the island from the Croatian mainland, you enter the village of Omisalj, one of the oldest settlements of Krk. Here, you can visit several churches or take a relaxing walk through Park Dubec. In the city of Baska you can spend a wonderful day building sandcastles on the beach or visiting impressive archaeological finds. For a holiday with children, the sandy beach in Silo is ideal. Are you looking for a real Mediterranean atmosphere during your holiday at Krk? Then you can visit the popular fishing village of Njvice. This village has the most intimate harbour in all of Croatia. Rocky bays and traditional restaurants are all part of a holiday in Njvice. Take a quick look at the wide range of holiday homes on Krk, be surprised by this beautiful island and find the home that suits you!
There are 50+ Belvilla houses on Krk.
The most important places to visit in Krk are Baska, Krk Beach, Košljun Island and Vrbnik.
Some of the must-try activities on Krk are-
Some of the recommended dishes on Krk are Seafood risotto, Lamb/beef stew, grilled fish and homemade pasta.
The ideal time to visit Krk is between March to June and August to November.