"Vrbnik on island Krk" Vrbnik by Vanity666

Vrbnik Travel Guide: 14 reviews and 50 photos

Vrbnik is placed in the north-east part of the island; it is a medieval castle-town climbed on a cliff more than 50m vertically on the sea.

It is recommended the restaurant "Nada" (reservation necessary), and the "konoba" situated below where it is possible to taste ham, sheep cheese, local wine (Zlahtina of Vrbnik) and corned sardines - all typical products of the island.

Many of the numerous churches and chapels in the territory are still visible: we would recall the parish church with its splendid Gothic chapel of the Rosary and the fourteenth-century chapel dedicated to Saint John the Baptist. Patron of Vrbnik.

The parish church also contains a real treasure consisting in antique manuscripts and Glagolitic documents. Also interesting is the documentation in the splendid Vitezic library, donated to Vrbnik by the local illustrious lawyer, historian and publicist, Dinko Vitezic.

  • Last visit to Vrbnik: Sep 2007
  • Intro Updated Sep 24, 2007
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