Accommodation in Stara Baška
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Apartments Villa Biserka

Stara Baška 221
51521 Stara Baška
Phone: 00385 51 224056
Sea: 80 m

Pansion Nadia

Stara Baška 253
51521 Stara Baška
Phone: 00385 51 844663
Sea: 30 m

Villa Amalia

Stara Baška b.b.
51521 Stara Baška
Phone: 00386 41 610335
Sea: - m


Your apartments

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51521 Stara Baška
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Your apartments

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51521 Stara Baška
Phone: 00385 9x xxxxxx
Sea: - m

Your apartments

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51521 Stara Baška
Phone: 00385 9x xxxxxx
Sea: - m

About Stara Baška:
Stara Baška is situated in the south part of the Island of Krk, its climate resembling that in Punat. Clean sea, a series of beautiful beaches along coast, peace and quiet, inviolate nature. The town is very old – it was recorded in the 14th century under the name of Kraj. The present name Stara Baška has been used since the second half of the 17th century.

This wild, yet tame landscape is suitable for family tourism free of crowds and crammed beaches. The hardworking locals have built houses for rent, family guesthouses, and restaurants offering fresh fish, very tasty lamb and delicious sheep cheese with homemade honey enriched with sage and other healing herbs.
Those who like to stay in nature will find the well-equipped auto-camp Škrila at the very entrance to the town. This beautiful part of the Island of Krk invites you to come rest and relax here with its clean sea, dolphins, the smell of salt, stone fences, small intimate beaches, sheep, and strong branches of fig trees providing their fruit in August.
Source: TZ Punat
Flora:
The particular climatic conditions have led to the development of crops such as the grapevine, the fig and the olive. Krk is also known for its large number of plant species, and it is the area around Baška, within the Adriatic context, that is richest in the number of rare and endangered species (endemic species and relicts), such as:
Allium visianii – a lily
Asperula longiflora – a woodruff
Satureia karstiana – of the mint family
Salvia officinalis – sage
Fauna:
There are some unique species, such as vultures and several kinds of owl. The owl’s hoot (from the genus Otus), is one of the most typical night sounds of the Baška karst area.
The little owl of the genus Athene and the long-eared owl are two of the rare and endangered species of owls; they live all over the island of Krk and on the islet Prvić, an ornithological reserve. There is also a whole world of underwater indigenous species to experience in their natural environment; one of these is the prawn, the most prized Adriatic crustacean.

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