Biserujka Cave - 27 km
Although rather short and shallow, Biserujka amazes its numerous visitors, the location is often enough for this effect - it is only a few dozen meters from the sea - http://www.klimno.net/biserujka_hr.htm
Goli otok – half day boat excursion
Goli otok – a former prison for political prisoners. Abandoned and partially demolished buildings are the only reminders of a horrible past. Also visit the neighbouring smaller island, Grgur, where the female prison was once located. Today only the skeletons of the buildings remain preserved, now serving as a habitat for deer that will, if you’re lucky, eat out of your hand. Excursion boats offer packages with food and drinks included. For additional information visit www.more-punat.com and www.zuzic-krk.com.
The Island of Rab - a whole-day excursion by boat or ferry, 1.5 hours
Rab is both a town and an incredibly diverse island with wonderful beaches. It takes pride in its rich historical heritage dating back to pre-Roman times, long romantic promenades and its 120 years old tourist tradition. For additional information visit www.more-punat.com and www.zuzic-krk.com. Ferry schedule: http://www.lnp.hr/plovidbeni-red.aspx?l=1 .
The Island of Cres - 46 km
The Island of Cres delights fans of pristine, unspoilt nature, yet it provides all those commodities of civilisation which make our lives easier. Cres offers cultural and entertainment programmes, as well as historical sights, such as Renaissance palaces of island’s nobility and notable families. The Island of Cres is also the habitat of the Griffon Vulture, a protected bird species. Beli Environmenatl Centre is on a mission to help them survive.
The Island of Lošinj - 80 km
Do you want to know what the healthiest air feels like? A beautiful, green, forested Island of Lošinj is sure to become your favourite destination. There are 1018 plant species, 939 are indigenous and 230 are herbs.
Baška - Jurandvor, 20 km
1800m-long natural pebbled beach with the accompanying tourist offer makes Baška one of the top destinations of the northern Adriatic.
Small town of Jurandvor is located barely 5 kilometres from Baška and it hosts the most significant monument of the Croatian language and people. In the Church of St. Lucy in Baška you can see a lapidary with monuments from the Roman and early Christian period.
Plitvice Lakes - 168 km
Croatia's most beautiful national park: vast forest areas, exceptional natural beauty of lakes and waterfalls, rich flora and fauna, mountain air, harmony of colours and scents, forest trails, wooden bridges and much more is joined to form this unique place which was included to the UNESCO World Heritage List back in 1979, as one of the first in the world.
Opatija - 72 km
Beautiful nature, parks, old Austria-Hungarian villas, promenades and beaches have been attracting tourist from all over Europe and the world for 160 years. Opatija is the top Croatian tourist resort when it comes to organization of congresses, seminars and consulting.
Istra and the surrounding area - 111 - 160 km
Istria, the biggest peninsula in the Adriatic, is a true paradise for tourists looking for beautiful and intact nature, versatile cultural and historical heritage and home-made food offered at one of local taverns. Try truffle and pasta specialities. Do not miss the Brijuni National Park, the former summer residence of Josip Broz Tito.
Zagreb - 191 km
A cultural, scientific, economic, political and administrative centre of the Republic of Croatia. This town attracts tourists with its parks, museums, monuments and versatile and rich night life.
The Kornati National Park - 250 km
It consists of 89 islands, small islands and cliffs. From the entire Park area, land constitutes only one fourth, while the remainder is a marine ecosystem. It abounds in natural and cultural features. Vertical cliffs, or "crowns" of the Kornati Islands, facing the open sea, are the most popular phenomena of the National Park. They are also the habitat of rare species.