The city of Krk is a jewel that hundreds of tourists visit every year. It's the best known island in the area, and for good reason. It's because it has hundreds of unforgettable places where you can lose yourself and it has an incredible charm that's even moreso in the summer, if that's possible. The beautiful sun gives this area's houses and streets its special charm. It's on the southwest island of the same name in the Bay of Krcki and the historic center is a medieval walled town, thanks to careful restorations that it's had over the years. It's been well-preserved and is in excellent condition. It's a real pleasure to walk through the center because all the streets are really narrow and are surrounded by white houses that give it a Mediterranean feel. Also, the floors are stone and there are numerous tiny shops where you can buy all kinds of souvenirs. There are also a lot of ice cream shops and I recommend them to everyone because they're delicious and cheap (a regular ice cream is 50 cents). Krk has a castle on the outskirts of the city. It has a circular tower and 5th century Venetian structure. In summer this castle was used to make representations, so you can imagine it's great to see any work from a very special enclave. Another thing that attracts attention is its cathedral. Construction began in the 3rd century, but wasn't completed until the 16th century, and it has many styles that have been mixed together. The only problem is that only opens when there's Mass, so complete silence is required during the visit. Krk port also has much charm, as it is next to the fortified area offering beautiful views. If you spend the night in Krk, which I recommend so that you can explore the island, I advise you to go to any of the three campsites that are there because they're surrounded by greenery and have areas that overlook the sea. Therefore, the stunning baths can't be beat. They're not very expensive and you get to meet people from all over the world, so there's a great atmosphere.