The Inland Rab

Rab is the southernmost of the islands in the bay of Kvarner, with a mostly Mediterranean vegetation. When you have left the bare, somewhat savage looking ferry harbour of MiĆĄnjak, the island begins to be seen in a completely different light. The vegetation is luxuriant, and, because of the Mediterranean climate, as well as with the indigenous holm or holly oak, Rab is covered with evergreen forests. In addition to the ancient town of the same name, there are seven other idyllic places scattered over the island: Barbat, Banjol, Palit, Kampor, Mundanije, Supetarska Draga and Lopar....

Lopar

The furthest off place in the island (13 km distant from the town of Rab) has kept in its way of life and in its speech the firmest links with the past...

Barbat

The first place to greet you after incredibly denuded Misnjak is Barbat. The Barbat people have spontaneously mixed the modern with the traditional, and in private pensions you'll be able to relish meals featuring fish and other sea-food...

town Rab

The city is a typically medieval urban centre surrounded by walls that are in large part still standing. The old city is dominated by four bell towers mainly in the Romanesque style.