70+ Villas on the island of Krk

The island of Krk is the most northerly island in the Mediterranean and one of the largest and most beautiful in Croatia. It's among the sunniest places in Europe, with over 2,500 hours of sunshine each year, and its varied natural charm is why it was given the name Insula Aurea by the ancient Romans, which translates as the Golden Island. With its natural diversity - from gentle bays and fruitful fields to dense forests, mountain landscapes and hidden coves - you will have plenty of material to explore this Kvarner gem for several days.
Breathe in the healing Kvarner air as you stroll along the seaside promenade or cycle along the hilly shepherd's paths. Explore Croatian cultural heritage by visiting ancient monuments and enjoying the 15 Blue Flag beaches. As you venture across the island, locals might offer you traditional homemade schnapps and dried figs, so be sure to accept - legend has it that this is to wish you a long and joyful life.
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Island Of Krk, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 1.190 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool
  • Villa 135m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 1.190 € per week

Inquiry for Villa Tona - Krk

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Island Of Krk, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 1.412 € per week

  • 6 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 28 m2
  • Holiday home 103m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 1.412 € per week

Inquiry for Holiday home in Krk-Skrpcici

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Island Of Krk, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 2.622 € per week

  • 10 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 24 m2
  • Holiday home 148m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 2.622 € per week

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Island Of Krk, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 1.692 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 30 m2
  • Holiday home 105m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 1.692 € per week

Inquiry for Holiday home in Krk-Klimno

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Island Of Krk, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 1.212 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 26 m2
  • Holiday home 123m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 1.212 € per week

Inquiry for Holiday home in Krk-Kras

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Island Of Krk, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 3.117 € per week

  • 10 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 32 m2
  • Villa 326m2
  • Pets not allowed

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Inquiry for Villa in Krk-Malinska

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Island Of Krk, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 1.822 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 21 m2
  • Villa 115m2
  • Pets not allowed

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Inquiry for Villa in Krk-Malinska

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Island Of Krk, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 1.701 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 24 m2
  • Holiday home 123m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 1.701 € per week

Inquiry for Holiday home in Krk-Linardici

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Island Of Krk, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 2.061 € per week

  • 5 Persons
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 20 m2
  • Villa 84m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 2.061 € per week

Inquiry for Villa in Krk-Sveti Ivan Dobrinjski

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Island Of Krk, Kvarner Bay (Croatia)

From: 2.012 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 25 m2
  • Holiday home 110m2
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The island of Krk is the most northerly island in the Mediterranean and one of the largest and most beautiful in Croatia. It's among the sunniest places in Europe, with over 2,500 hours of sunshine each year, and its varied natural charm is why it was given the name Insula Aurea by the ancient Romans, which translates as the Golden Island. With its natural diversity - from gentle bays and fruitful fields to dense forests, mountain landscapes and hidden coves - you will have plenty of material to explore this Kvarner gem for several days.
Breathe in the healing Kvarner air as you stroll along the seaside promenade or cycle along the hilly shepherd's paths. Explore Croatian cultural heritage by visiting ancient monuments and enjoying the 15 Blue Flag beaches. As you venture across the island, locals might offer you traditional homemade schnapps and dried figs, so be sure to accept - legend has it that this is to wish you a long and joyful life.

The historical heartland of Kvarner

When you arrive on the island, known as the soul of Kvarner for its natural beauty and friendly people, be sure to explore some of its many historic sites. Don't forget to stroll through the old town of Krk, which features the third-oldest city walls in Croatia, as well as the Frankopan castle from the 13th century, the 16th-century town hall and the Romanesque cathedral. For a magnificent view of the island and harbour, the courageous can climb to the top of the castle and look around the walls. After your adventure, relax in a stylish villa with a pool and watch the sun sink below the horizon from a terrace surrounded by Mediterranean greenery.

We recommend a visit to the town of Baška, where you will find one of Croatia's most important historical treasures - the Baška Tablet, an ancient Croatian inscription from the 12th century that remains one of the most important historical documents in Croatia. History buffs and those looking for a quiet island getaway will be captivated by the charming old centres of the small towns of Vrbnik, Omišalj and Dobrinj, with their town halls, stone streets and old churches that evoke ancient times on the island. Furthermore, the preserved ruins of Fulfinum, an ancient Roman city near Omišalj, further establish Krk as the heart and soul of Kvarner, both culturally and historically.

A panoramic view of the Krk islets

On holiday, we want to equally enjoy the seaside, visiting places and a place to stay that feels like home. The ideal accommodation on the island, where you can relax in the utmost comfort and connect with the Mediterranean nature of Krk, is a villa with a panoramic sea views. You and your loved ones can enjoy the best of all worlds, spending time with your loved ones or relaxing in the pool, enjoying the view of the surrounding woods, the turquoise sea and the small islets that surround the island of Krk.

Perhaps the best known of these is the islet of Košljun in the Puntarska draga bay, which can be reached by a panoramic taxi boat ride. The substantial cultural legacy and unique ambience make it an essential destination in Krk. The main attraction on the island is the Franciscan monastery, which was built in 1447 and is still inhabited by monks, as well as containing valuable archaeological and artistic exhibits. There are 389 species of plants and 151 species of mushrooms on the 6 hectare islet, and the scent of the sea and aromatic plants fills the air, making for a unique and unforgettable relaxing walk.

From a family villa to the Moon Plateau

With over 300 km of hiking trails of different levels of difficulty, Krk is a favoured spot for hiking enthusiasts. The numerous paths offer beautiful views, cultural and historical content and are a fun way to get to know the island. The Moon Plateau is one of those places that will remain in the memory of every visitor. This unique landscape is in the northwest of the island and has a stone surface that resembles the Moon's surface. You can enjoy stunning views of Velebit Mountain, the islands, and the Adriatic Sea from here. Additionally, you will see kilometers of historic dry-stone walls which are still used for gathering flocks of sheep.

The Moon Plateau is a fantastic destination for hikers and adventurers of all ages. It is also one of the stops on a popular cycle route suitable for both serious and casual cyclists. It is just one of the many attractions that will make your family holiday on Krk an enjoyable one. To complete the experience, you can stay in one of our selected family villas on Krk. Our modern villas have spacious gardens, swimming pools, children's playgrounds, saunas, jacuzzis and recreation rooms to keep you and your children entertained. All you have to do is choose your villa and you're on your way to your ideal family holiday on the enchanting island of Krk!

Frequently asked questions

Where is the island of Krk located and how can I reach it?

The island of Krk is one of the largest Croatian islands, located in the Kvarner Bay, south of the city of Rijeka. It is connected to the mainland by the Krk Bridge, which can be reached by car or bus. If you are coming from the north, drive through Ljubljana and continue to Rijeka via the Rupa border crossing. From Rijeka, take the motorway to the Krk Bridge. You can fly to Rijeka airport, which is located on the island of Krk, near the town of Omišalj. Ferries from the island of Cres (Merag-Valbiska) and Lopar on the island of Rab (Lopar-Valbiska) can also transport you to the island.

What activities are available on and around the island of Krk?

Visitors of all types can find a host of activities to choose from. Take a stroll through the historical sights of small towns like Krk, Baška and Vrbnik. Be sure not to miss the local museums or the chance to sample the delicious seafood dishes. Experience an array of aquatic pastimes, including scuba diving, yachting, and windsurfing. Explore distinctive natural sites, such as the Biserujka cave or the Moon Plateau. For an enjoyable introduction to the island's cultural and natural splendours, embark on one of the many foot or cycle paths with delightful stops en route. Discover the island's renowned sandy beaches and idyllic bays.

What are the most famous landmarks on the island of Krk?

The old town of Krk is known for its notable historical landmarks, including the third oldest city walls in Croatia, the 13th-century Frankopan castle, the 16th-century town hall, and the Romanesque cathedral. Additionally, near the town of Baška lies the archaeological site of Jurandvor. Here, inside the church of St. Lucia, lies the Baška Tablet, which is considered one of the most significant written historical monuments in Croatia. The historic centres of small towns like Vrbnik, Omišalj and Dobrinj are full of cultural and historical treasures. You can also visit the remains of the ancient Roman city of Fulfinum, located near Omišalj. The islet of Košljun, situated close to Punat, is famous for a Franciscan monastery from the 15th century, where monks still reside and an important collection of ethnographic, religious, and artistic artefacts can be seen.

Where is the closest airport?

Rijeka Airport (RJK) is situated in Omišalj town on the island of Krk. The airport is served by shuttle buses from nearby towns and from Zagreb. For a list of destinations with flights to and from the airport, visit https://rijeka-airport.hr/en/destinations.

What are the beaches on the island of Krk like?

On Krk Island, you can choose from different types of beaches, including sandy, pebble, rocky and concrete plateaus. Krk Island is well-known for its stunning beaches with crystal-clear water, supported by the fact that 15 of its beaches have received the Blue Flag certificate for their cleanliness, equipment and safety. Krk Island has a range of organized and town beaches that are suitable for the whole family, as well as numerous "wild" coves that can be reached by boat or on foot along the shepherds' paths. You will also find as many as nine beaches for dogs and a special beach with medicinal mud located in the bay of Soline.

Is the island of Krk suitable for a family vacation?

Yes, Krk Island is a fantastic place for a family vacation with kids. Many sandy beaches with water parks and playgrounds are ideal for a family day at the beach. People of all ages who love underwater life can enjoy themselves in the Baška Aquarium, which has about 100 species of Adriatic fish. The underwater park in Punat is an extraordinary opportunity to walk at the bottom of the sea, even if you have no experience in scuba diving, and the semi-submarine in the town of Krk will reveal the secrets of the sea in a fun way. The Biserujka Cave will thrill adventurers and nature enthusiasts. Exploring the Frankopan castle in Krk is another favoured family activity. Completing the holiday experience on the island of Krk are our family villas with swimming pools, offering superior comfort and additional content for you and your little ones.

Is the island of Krk a pet-friendly destination?

If you're going on holiday with your pet, Krk Island is an excellent option. There are nine organised beaches for dogs, offering you a safe and beautiful place to swim together - one of them is located at one of the most beautiful beaches in Croatia, the Vela beach in Baška. You can usually take your dog with you to restaurants and cafés, and there are many pet-friendly excursions to olive groves and family farms. For leisurely walks with your dog, you can enjoy up to 300 kilometres of hiking routes - ranging from pleasant seaside strolls and woodland treks to more challenging trails. National parks close to the island are dog-friendly, allowing you to explore cultural and historical landmarks with your furry companion. Our selection of pet-friendly villas boasts secure gardens and exquisite decor, offering a safe and comfortable stay for both you and your pet.

What is the best time to visit the island of Krk?

The ideal period to travel to the Krk island for most tourists is during summer, from June to August, as it boasts high temperatures, extensive sunshine, and warm sea. If you prefer fewer crowds and just want to swim, September is a great alternative, while spring is perfect for outdoor pursuits such as biking and hiking. Winter is the calmest season, and it is an ideal opportunity to visit if you want to relish tranquil strolls by the seaside in mild winter temperatures, as well as festive Christmas events.

What kind of restaurants can I find on the island of Krk?

On Krk Island, you have a variety of local and international dishes to choose from. The traditional taverns offer delicious Krk olive oil, cheese, quality fish, lamb, homemade pasta and fig dishes. In addition to these local delicacies, most restaurants serve familiar options like pizzas, meat dishes, salads and fast food. For a unique local experience, explore the countryside of the island and enjoy the delicious island cuisine paired with high-quality Krk wine at one of the family-owned farms.

What kind of villas are available on the island of Krk?

On Krk Island, there are plenty of options for villas with swimming pools and additional amenities for all ages and your pets. Many family-friendly villas come with secure gardens, swimming pools, and play areas, making for an unforgettable family holiday. Choose from many villas with panoramic sea views, where the views from the terrace, pool or even inside the villa will take your breath away. Activity villas are designed for leisure and active holidays. Depending on your preference, you can choose a modern or a rustic villa. Don't hesitate to contact our villa specialists who will help you find the perfect villa to make your holiday on Krk unforgettable.