Point of Interest
7 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
on your way to Baska, just at the highest point you will find this great 2km long zip-line. They take you by 4x4 up the mountains and you slide on multiple lines back to the start. A must do!
Zipline Edison is a distinctive attraction on the island of Krk intended for families and adventure lovers. The "canopy tour" offers our visitors an unforgettable experience.
Instead of a single short zipline ride, what awaits you is over 2 kilometers of our distinctively crafted ‘’Canopy Tour’’! Picture up to two hours of rocky drives in our off-road jeep, multiple hiking tours and several adrenaline charged zipline rides that reach up to 100km/h in some places. All of…
8 lines among the trees, lasting for about 2hrs, speed up to 80 km/h for a total lenght of 2000m - including "baby line".
Unique things to do nearby
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“Most famous restaurant on the island, and probably one of the best in the Kvarner region.”
- 9 locals recommend
“1. Terrace (konoba)- have some nibbles and a glass of wine with a magnificent view 2. Restaurant – great Mediterranean cuisine (mainly fish). We highly recommend black risotto. Make a reservation upfront and ask for a seat at the terrace. 3. Shop – on your way home take the opportunity to buy some homemade wine or liquor. ”
- 20 locals recommend
“ The island of Košljun is a real gem situated in the bay in front of Punat. It was picturesquely described by the friar Mavro Velnić: “Being on Krk without seeing Košljun is like being in Rome without seeing the Pope.” In the central part of the island, with a circumference of merely 1075 meters, elevated only six meters above the sea, there is the Franciscan monastery with a representative Renaissance church and a cloister. The church of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary was completed in 1523 at the site of an older Romanesque church. It is richly adorned with two artistic breath-taking works of art. The triumphal arch of the church is decorated by 9.7-meter artistic composition by the Venetian master Francesco Ughetto showing the Last Judgement (Heaven, Purgatory and Hell) with a total of 123 figures. The other work that should be mentioned is the altar polyptych from 1535 by Girolamo da Santacroce, a Venetian master who left a large part of his artistic opus on the eastern Adriatic coast. Within the complex there is the museum display, a rich ethnographic, archaeological and sacral collection, as well as a library. The museum contains the famous geographical map by Claudius Ptolemy, a Greek astronomer and geographer from the 2nd century, printed in Venice in 1511. ”
- 21 locals recommend