day 1 : Cres – Osor
Osor has moved away from its prehistoric and Roman legacy and settled for a calm, tourist spot that blossoms in summer when it hosts Osor Musical Evenings.
day 2 : Osor – Unije - Susak
On a small island of Unije lies more than 20 000 olive trees. Incredible, when you find out there are less than 100 people living on the island.
Susak is first mentioned as a battlefield between the Saracens and Venetians. Now, it’s a peaceful tourist destination where people can find out something about intriguing local clothing tradition.
day 3 : Susak – Ilovik
Ilovik connects the flora and fauna of the Adriatic in a wonderful fashion - easily earning and keeping the moniker The Island of Flowers.
day 4 : Ilovik – Orjule – Rab
Orjule are two unpopulated islands - Vele and Male Orjule (Big and Small Orjule). Untouched by modern civilization and so close to each other you can swim the distance in a couple minutes, Orjule are a piece of heaven with thick forests and clear sea.
Rab is one of the most popular Croatian islands. It has beautiful scenery of absolutely every single Adriatic wonder - rocky, pebble and sandy beaches, hidden coves, long and breathtaking coastline… It truly is as Romans described it, Felix Arba or Happy Rab.
day 5 : Rab – Krk
Krk, one of the largest Croatian islands, hides underneath the ground a couple of limestone caves - a natural formation showing the true power and creativity of nature.
day 6 : Krk – Rabac
Rabac was once a small fishing island that decided to become a popular tourist destination. And with plenty of water sports, sandy beaches, healing spa centers and summer festivals - it has succeeded.
day 7 : Rabac – Cres
When you do return to Cres, don’t feel sorry. Old town centre is a beautiful labyrinth of tall, narrow houses and with architecture influenced by the Venetians, French and German, you’ll be surprised and amazed with almost every street.
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