is situated on the south-west of the island Krk. Here is most
famous sandy beach (1800 m.) on the island; one of the largest
on the Adriatic. Beach has Blue Flag for the purity of nature.
Baska has over 2500 hours of sun in a year. Baska was the
largest town on the island until 1910. Prehistoric earthworks
around Baska and archaeological remains bear witness to settlements
here in early times. City is the oldest bathing area on the
island of Krk. First tourists arrive in 1908. In Jurandvor
is church of St. Lucy; inside the church was the oldest dated
written example of Croatian language-Bascanska ploca (Baska
tablet). The original is now in museum in Zagreb.