The first stop on my Croatian boat trip was the island of Krk. It’s Croatia’s biggest island off the main land and connected by a toll bridge. The old parts of Krk town are easy to explore on foot and full of narrow alleyways leading to small restaurants, konobas (a Croation pub-like institution with great food) and shops selling handcraft items. A visit to the medieval city, Vrbnik, was the highlight of my visit. Perched on a 48m cliff and overlooking the Adriatic ocean, it’s a lovely sight to see.
I recently enjoyed a trip to the northern part of the Croatian coast. I went on a boat cruise to see some of the northern islands of Croatia, a bit off the normal tourist path. Our trip started in the harbor of Opatija, a resort town of old in the Gulf of Kvarner. Traveling in the beginning of spring provided me with beautiful fresh green nature and blooms with gloomy spring showers setting the tone. Continue reading “The Croatian Adventure: The town of Opatija”