Baška

Categories: Island of Krk, Mediterranean, Nature

A small, old coastal town in the southwest of the island. Characterised by narrow streets, even in the summer months it keeps its calm atmosphere, devoid of tourist turmoil. Nearby there is two kilometre long pebble beach with exceptionally clean water and pristine surroundings.

Baška

A small, old coastal town in the southwest of the island. Characterised by narrow streets, even in the summer months it keeps its calm atmosphere, devoid of tourist turmoil. Nearby there is two kilometre long pebble beach with exceptionally clean water and pristine surroundings.

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