Sights

Wander to get lost in the uneven cobblestone lanes that climb the hill to the bell tower. Information panels in Croatian and English explain other buildings of minor significance nearby.

Not far away, signs lead to the Klančić, which claims to be the narrowest street in the world (although a street in Reutlingen, Germany, officially holds that honour).

Sleeping

Vrbnik and the surrounding area have a handful of private rooms, apartments and villas, although quality choices are limited and most visitors come here on a day trip from elsewhere on the island. There are two stunning top-end options, however.

Eating

For a town of fewer than 1000 souls that doesn't receive the hordes of visitors that other places on Krk Island see, Vrbnik has a surprising number of restaurants, most serving unadventurous but tasty Croatian standards.

Drinking & Nightlife

A night on the local white is the best (and, usually, only) post-sunset entertainment in Vrbnik.