Rijeka – a city that attracts with its beauty and an ideal combination of "the green and the blue"
The old city center, the historical monuments, the building of the Ivan pl. Zajc Theater dating from 1885 and the picturesque Mediterranean market dating from 1880 located in the vicinity of the theater will offer a thrilling experience to all visitors.
Rijeka – a museum lover’s walk
The University Library (the permanent Glagolitic alphabet exhibition is an integral part of the library), the Modern Gallery, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, the Maritime and Historical Museum of the Croatian Coastal Region, the Museum of the City of Rijeka and the Natural Museum will thrill all visitors with the rich history of the city lying on the Rječina River.
Towers and Fortresses of Kvarner
An excursion to the best preserved towers and forts of the Kvarner region. The Fortress of Trsat (Trsatska gradina), the Grobnik Castle (Grobnički kaštel) and the renovated Drivenik Fort (Utvrda Drivenik).
Kastav – a stone built town on a hill
A town rich in history and cultural monuments. It is especially nice to visit it at the time when traditional events that the town is known for even far outside the Croatian borders are held, namely the Kastav Cultural Summer (Kastavsko kulturno leto), an international festival of culture, the Guitar Festival, the White Sunday holiday (Bela nedeja) and the carnival.
Rijeka – Senj – Following the Traces of the Ancient Romans
We are taking you to the time of gladiators, hedonists, ancient masters, to a faraway past and culture in the area between Trsatica and Senia.
Opatija – an old dame celebrating 170 years of tourism
The Angiolina Park, the Park of St. Jacob with its beautiful collection of 150 types of plants, the most famous one of which is the Japanese Camellia that has become the symbol of Opatija, the famous Girl with a Seagull (Djevojka s galebom) by sculptor Car and a 12km long coastal walkway called Lungomare that connects the towns and villages located on the Opatija Riviera.
Opatija – Mošćenice
A sightseeing tour of Opatija, a summer destination visited by kings and tsars, writers, philosophers, poets and musicians. To see and be seen – that was the reason to visit Opatija.
Mošćenice is a medieval village rich in cultural monuments: St. Andrew’s Church, St. Bartol’s Church, St. Sebastian’s Church, a castle, an olive mill known as Mošćenički toš, 753 steps leading from the town to the closest beach of St. John in Mošćenička draga where you can refresh yourselves in the crystal clear sea.
Učka Nature Park
A pleasant walk along the mythical and educational paths of the Učka Nature Park and a spectacular view of Kvarner.
The Eyes of Vinodol
A visit to six viewing spots collectively known as the Eyes of Vinodol (Oči Vinodola): the entire Vinodol, the fertile valley stretching from Križišće towards Novi Vinodolski protected by a chain of hills from the Adriatic Sea… This is a story woven from the rich history, numerous cultural and historical monuments, beauties of nature and tradition.
Rafting or a Canoe Safari on the Kupa River
An active vacation featuring unique sounds, intact nature and the beauties of the hilly and mountainous region.
Zeleni vir and Vražji prolaz
A natural reserve with attractions such as the Vražji prolaz canyon (Devil’s Passage) and a 70m long waterfall called Zeleni vir (Green Vortex) .
Delnice – Delnički trolist (Delnice Trefoil)
Delnice – a tour of the King Tomislav Park, Mini ZOO, the Popović Mill (Popovićev mlin),
Brod na Kupi (rich history of an "aristocratic" village), the Zrinski Castle (Kaštel Zrinski), underground passages, St. Magdalene's Church, the tomb of the Zrinski family, the Pillar of Shame/remnants of the wall of defense.
Crni lug – the village of Šindre, Risnjak National Park / Kupa River source
Delnice - Lokve - Fužine
A tour of the Popović Mill (Popovićev mlin) followed by a visit to Lokve – a tour of the Lokvarka Cave, one of the largest caves in Croatia, and a visit to the Museum of Frogs.
Fužine, a town situated at 730m above sea level enjoying a pleasant climate during the summer months, offers the enjoyment of taking a walk and visiting the Ethnographic Collection, the renovated Church of St. Anthony of Padua housing original works such as the Last Supper placed above the altar, the Way of the Cross and frescoes painted by renowned Croatian painter Antonini at the beginning of the 20th century.
Risnjak National Park and Golubinjak Park Forest
The educational path includes 16 details from the cultural and historical past representing the distinguishing and interesting features of the Risnjak NP and the region.
Rab Knight Games
A memorable event held in the town of Rab, Rab Knight Games (Rapske viteške igre), which has been organized since 1364 to commemorate the time when the town was defended by knights in the faraway past.
Following the Paths of the Glagolitic Alphabet – Island of Krk
Learn about the history and beauty of the largest Adriatic island, the Golden Island of Krk, bearing witness to the local life and culture for over two thousand years.
Krk - Baška
In addition to the Franciscan Castle, the Cathedral of Krk is the most famous town motif. Baška is recognizable by one of the largest and most beautiful pebble beaches in the Adriatic stretching in a semicircle in the length of 1,800m. The natural fine sand makes it possible for the non-swimmers and children to enjoy the beach since the depth of the sea increases gradually. Just like in other towns on the island of Krk, the old part of the town is characterized by narrow streets and houses built very close to each other, creating a typical Mediterranean atmosphere.
Biserujka Cave – Punat - Košljun – Island of Krk
The Biserujka Cave (Špilja Biserujka) has been discovered over a hundred years ago, when its interior was hiding and arousing interest in the undiscovered secrets and beauty of its calcite ornaments. The present-day maintained and safe paths make the passage through the cave accessible to all, from children to the elderly people. There is a possibility of bathing in the healing mud in Soline situated in the vicinity of the cave.
The islet of Košljun is situated only 750 m from Punat and is known for its Franciscan Monastery in which the friars have collected and preserved numerous valuable items over the centuries. A museum with an ethnographic collection including numerous items used by the fishermen and peasants of Krk as well as folk costumes from the entire Island of Krk is found on this islet as well.
Malinska – Fishing Villages of Porat and Glavotok – Island of Krk
Malinska and Porat are new tourist centers known for their microclimate and natural beauty. Porat and Glavotok are villages with Franciscan Monasteries dating from 1277. Do not miss visiting the wild beaches and camps found in these villages where you can enjoy a swim.
A visit to the wine makers and wine cellars in Kastav and Vrbnik including a tasting of the unique sea champagne called Valomet.
Cres Triptych (Creski triptih): Osor, Lubenice, Valun
The history of the islands of Lošinj and Cres is most distinctly rooted in the town connecting the two islands by a bridge: Osor – A Museum Town. A tour of Lubenice, a unique village located on an impressive steep cliff offering a breathtaking view of the open sea. After Lubenice, the excursion continues with a sightseeing tour of yet another unique village on the island of Cres: the picturesque village of Valun known for its Glagolitic heritage.
The Town of Cres and the Magical Blue Grottos (Plave grote)
A unique bus excursion to the island of Cres including a visit to the town of Cres and a boat ride to the Blue Grottos (Plave grote) – a unique phenomenon of the Lošinj archipelago.
Mali and Veli Lošinj
Discover the most beautiful stories from Lošinj while enjoying a guided walk along the ancient stone streets, a visit to the Kula Gallery or the unique Blue World Institute of Marine Research and Conservation (Plavi svijet) which takes care of the bottlenose dolphins from the Lošinj waters.
Mali Lošinj – Susak
Susak is a unique sandy island belonging to the Adriatic archipelago, rich in natural idiosyncrasies and cultural heritage. The area of the island is 3.7 sq km. It was marked on nautical charts already in the 13th century and belongs to the Cres-Lošinj group of islands.
There are no roads on the island, no cars, no loud night clubs, only kilometers of dusty trails connecting the village with remote coves (small bays) by grass-covered cascades. Susak is interesting and special in all aspects. The island boasts various sandy beaches, rocky bathing areas and a clear sea rich in fish species. The island is inhabited by people characterized by an archaic dialect, idiosyncratic customs and costumes, hard-working wine-growers and fishermen.
Brijuni National Park
A two and a half centuries long story of beauty and luxury. Ancient Roman mansions, Illyrian palaces, Byzantine forts, medieval churches and finally, the lavish presidential residence visited by the most powerful politicians and the most famous stars of the 20th century.
Istratour – a tour of small medieval towns and an opportunity to taste the gastronomic delights of Istria
Experience the several centuries old idyll of the Istrian Peninsula, the towns of the living past: Bale, Vodnjan, Motovun, Beram, Pazin, Grožnjan, Livade, Buzet, Hum...
Northern Velebit National Park
A visit to the youngest Croatian national park with one of the oldest hiking trails in Croatia and a tour of the Velebit Botanical Garden.
Plitvice Lakes National Park
The Plitvice Lakes are found in Lika and are considered one of the most beautiful natural sights in Europe. Due to their great diversity, the Plitvice Lakes have been entered on the World Natural Heritage List.
Take the advantage of a diverse offer of excursions across the Kvarner region, the neighboring regions - Istria and Lika - as well as the neighboring countries - Italy and Slovenia:
- Kvarner towns and islands
- circular boat excursions
- Gorski kotar
- Risnjak National Park
- Plitvice Lakes National Park
- Brijuni National Park
- Northern Velebit National Park
- Venice (ITA) or Postojna (SLO)