We recommend our guests to visit a historical town of Krk whose history is almost three thousand years old, a small island of Košljun where the Franciscan monastery with a gallery is situated, church of Saint Lucy in Jurandvor where the Baška table from 1100 (one of the oldest written traces of Croats' persistence on these premises) was found, historical castles of Vrbnik, Dobrinj and Omišalj which are located on the cliffs high above the sea level. While you are on the island, you should also visit the beach in Baška, which is one of the most magnificent beaches on Adriatic, or a chair lift near Punat, and Biserujka cave near Rudine on the northern part of the island.
There are few catering facilities in adjacent localities where you can eat autochtonous food typical for this climate, while in the settlements by the sea like Krk, Malinska, Njivice, Punat, Baška, Vrbnik and others, there is a number of restaurants with a rich gastronomy offer. On the island of Krk you can also taste good wines of the žlahtina sort, especially around Vrbnik which is a wine-rich area, as well as home-made olive oil that makes the island at a distance familiar.
If you are interested in sacral facilities on the other hand, there are over 300 churches and chapels on the island, a part of them being careless and devastated, so you have an opportunity to visit at least some of them. Most of them are located in the town of Krk, where the centre of the similar bishopric is situated as well.
If you are fond of the sea, there are excursion ships in every bigger locality on the island that can take you on a full day field trip to the neighbouring islands. You can also rent a boat and do the same on your own.