In the southeast of the island of Krk, there's located the settlement of Baška. Many people from elementary school days know that this is a place where „Bašćanska ploča“ was made.
What makes Baška particularly interesting is the specific architecture that consists of palaces, old buildings, sacral monuments and a multitude of cultural and historical sights.
The characteristic Mediterranean spirit, stone and narrow streets and landscaped paths will provide to every visitor a relaxing and fulfilled holiday.
Don't miss visiting the beautiful churches in this area. Each of them stands out in a different style of construction, decorations and unique details. Give special attention to the parish church of St. „Trojica“ which is also the largest church here and the Church of the Mother of God in Gorica.
We also recommend a visit to the Baška National Museum where you will have the opportunity to see folk costumes, artwork and home inventory of Dr. Zdenka Čermakova who, after finishing the medical university in Prague, spent most of his life on the island of Krk.
Apart from its historical and cultural heritage, Baška can boast of its natural beauties such as enchanting pebble and sandy beaches like Bunculuka, Oprna and Vela Plaža, which proudly carries the Blue Flag as a confirmation of exceptional sea purity, great equipment and security.
As it usually happens in every island's place, here you will also spend wonderful summer nights filled with fun, song and dance. Numerous festivals such as the Baška Cultural Summer, Fishermen Evenings, „lignjada“ and many others have been organized in this place.
All those who prefer a more active vacation can enjoy football, tennis, basketball, mini-golf and a variety of water sports.
And for the end, don't go home from Baška if you didn't visit amazing taverns and restaurants and try some of the finest and autochthonous dishes in this area, such as pasta with lamb in goulash, or the sweet and delicious pastry „presnac“.