Top things to do in Krk Town

Top Choice Croatian in Krk Town

Konoba Nono

Just outside the old town, this rustic place is renowned for its Krk cooking and produces its own olive oil, as evidenced by the large traditional press around which tables are arranged. It also hangs its own prosci…
Top Choice Bar in Krk Town


This dark, cool, cave-like place has a terrace, a pool table, a delicious secret garden and even a collection of archaeological relics that were uncovered during renovations. Live bands and DJs do their thing on wee…
Croatian in Krk Town

Citta Vecchia

Travellers rave about this place – for its perfectly grilled seafood and meat dishes, for its friendly service, for its local wines, and for its intimate garden setting. It's one of the best places for a meal in tow…
Cathedral in Krk Town

Cathedral of the Assumption

This imposing 12th-century Romanesque structure was built on the site of Roman baths and an early Christian basilica. Inside, note the rare early Christian carving of two birds eating a fish on the first column next…
Croatian in Krk Town


Set well back from the seafront at the top of the old town, this atmospheric stone building looks slightly gloomy from the street, but the convivial, timber-rich dining room opens onto a lovely internal garden. It's…
Fortress in Krk Town


This crumbling seafront fortress guarded the old town from pirate attacks. Check out the inscribed Liburnian and Roman stones displayed in the courtyard before scrambling up the newly renovated 12th-century tower th…
Bar in Krk Town

Caffettaria XVIII st.

Located right on the main square in the erstwhile entrance of the historic town hall, this is the place for a bit of people-watching and a delicious coffee in the shade. It has good wi-fi and nice sofas to lounge on…
Cultural in Krk Town

Krk Fair

This Venetian-inspired event takes over the town for three days, with concerts on four stages, people dressed in medieval costumes, and around 200 stalls selling traditional food and handicrafts.
Croatian in Krk Town

Konoba Šime

You couldn't be any closer to the water, and indeed the setting is the main reason to come here. The food is fine, if fairly standard, waterfront seafood fare.