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The Kvarner region offers a wide variety of activities for any traveler.  Whether you like swimming or cycling, the beach or the mountains, shopping or sight-seeing, there are choices to please every visitor.  The area has a rich history dating back to the Roman Empire.  There are a host of festivals to experience even during the off season including Carnival, a Fish Festival, Truffle Festival, Chestnuts Festival, the Blessing of the Wine and many more.

Boat Tours

- take a guided day trip to the islands of Krk or Rab

- experience local cuisine

- historical sights, stunning beaches

Scuba Diving

- dive with professional instructors in crystal clear waters

- see shipwrecks and marine life

Boat Rentals & Watersports

- discover hidden beaches, coves and bays

- paragliding, jet skis, water skiing

Paragliding & Parachuting

- fly like a bird as you jump off of Velebit Mountain and land in the valley of Vinodol only a few miles away from Crikvenica

Hiking & Trails

- climb mountains reaching heights of 4,000 feet

- Risnjak National Park

- Drivenik Fortress- built in the 15th Century

- Lake Fužine and Lake Lokve

- Plitvička Jezera National Park- walk along 16 lakes joined by waterfalls and a limestone canyon

- Učka Nature Park

City of Crikvenica

- pristine sand and rock beaches

- Thalassotherapia Medical Rehabilitation Hospital- century old medical center using natural methods and specializing in sports therapy

Islands of Krk, Cres and Lošinj

- drive or take a ferry to these nearby islands

- wineries, olive fields, beautiful beaches, Košljun Monastery Museum

City of Rijeka

- located only 20 minutes drive away with

high end shopping and vast markets

- medieval town of Trsat to see Trsat Castle and Our Lady of Trsat Shrine

- century old churches and architecture

City of Opatija

- first resort town of Croatia

- favorite vacation spot for the Habsburg monarchy and other high society during the Austro-Hungarian Empire

- five star hotels and restaurants

Istria

- take a day tour around the peninsula

- wineries and local cuisine including truffles and prosciutto

- visit the cities of Pula with its famous Roman era Arena, and the cities of Rovinj, Poreč, Umag and many others celebrating several festivals throughout the year

Zagreb

- capitol of Croatia and largest city in the country located 1.5 hours drive away

- classic Central European city

Postojna Cave & Predjama Castle

- located 1.5 hours drive away in Slovenia

- one of the deepest caves open to the public

- medieval castle built into the side of a cliff

Ljubljana

- capitol of Slovenia and largest city in the country located 2.5 hours drive away

- classic Central European city

Venice

- visit this popular Italian city located 3.5 hours drive away