Great Geo-traffic Position
Krk is an island in the northern Adriatic known for its natural beauty, among which are beautiful beaches and rich history and cultural monuments. With an area of about 410 km2, it is the largest Croatian island, and is also one of the high Adriatic islands with the highest peak Obzova (569 m). It is connected to the mainland by a bridge and its excellent geo-traffic position makes it very interesting for tourists, especially guests from Germany, Austria, Italy, Czech Republic, Slovenia and others.
Bridge to the mainland – Airport – Ferry to other islands – Boat Marina
Due to its excellent geo-traffic position, the island of Krk has an advantage over some islands in the southern parts of Croatia. As we mentioned it is connected by a bridge to the mainland. The bridge is magnificent building that consists of two ports, one of which departs from the mainland towards the island of St. Mark, and the other from it to the island of Krk. Due to the exceptional significance of the island of Krk in history it was very clear that the island should be connected to the mainland. After long and comprehensive preparations in 1976, the construction of this grandiose facility began.
Except the bridge the island has international airport and is connected by ferry lines with island Cres and island Rab. There is also fantastic Boat Marina in Punat which is the biggest marina in Croatia.