For those arriving on Krk by land, this is the first town on the island situated just after Krk brdige. Omisalj is with town Krk oldest settlement on the island, it is situated on the clif 90 meters above sea level. Population of the city is about 2000 people.
Once a small fishing village, Njivice, today with population about 1200 is a well-known tourist destination and a seaside resort. Njivice were first mentioned in the charter of Lord Ivan Frankopan in 1474, although, judging by some archaeological finds, the village is much older. In 1710 beside Njivice the village Villa di sasso bianco, or Beli Kamik was mentioned of which only a toponym remains today. In 1930 hotel Luka (now Adriatic) and villa Dinka were built and this year is considered the beginning of tourism in Njivice.
Malinska with population about 1000 people is situated in a wooded bay on the western side of the island of Krk. With another twenty surrounding villages belongs to a territory known as Dubasnica. The Dubasnica bay has a wealth of both large and small coves and thanks to its geographical position; the area is protected against cold winds, with little rain and about 260 sunny days per year. The climate is mild, Mediterranean.
First time Malinska mentioned in 15. century when was bulilt first mill (croatian Mlin) after whom got name Malinska. Development of the city begun in18. Century with building of the port.
Silo is located on the north-eastern part of the island with population about 400 people, facing Crikvenica riviera. It is located about 20 km from Krk bridge. With almost untouched nature will satisfy every visitor who looks for his own inlet and peace. Silo, the tourist centre of Dobrinjstina, is a typical coastal picturesque village suited for those who look for a vacation far from summer crowd.
Vrbnik is typical old Mediterranean city situated on the 48 meters high cliff with population about 1000 people. First time mentioned in 12 th century. Vrbnik is famous spiritual center with many churches inside city walls. Town is characterized by narrow streets, so it is no wonder that the narrowest street in the world is situated precisely in Vrbnik. Besides buildings (parish church and Chapel of Saint John the Baptist) history of Vrbnik is noted in old glagolitic scripts and documents situated in parish church and library Vitezic with more than 10 000 books.
The Town Krk is the administrative, political, economic and religious center of the island of Krk. From the earliest times, the town of Krk has been the historic and cultural center of the island. According to last census in town Krk live almost 6000 people. The city is ancient, being among the oldest in the Adriatic. It has been continuously inhabited since Roman times and was once part of the Byzantine Theme Dalmatia after the Roman Western empire had fallen to the barbarians. Krk was an important settlement for the Romans and you'll see Roman ruins in the city walls and a Roman thermal with a hypocaust dating from the 2nd and 1st century BC.
The town of Punat is situated in the southwest part of the Island of Krk, in one of the most protected bays on the Adriatic. Today with population about 1800 people. It is located on more than 3 km long and 2 km wide Punat valley, is considered one of Krk’s more recent villages
Baska is situated on the south-west of the island Krk. Here is the biggest and most beautiful beach on this part of Adriatic called Vela Plaza, the Big Beach, right in the centre of town, backed by bars, restaurants, pizzerias, cafés, hotels, private apartments and other tourist faculties. Since 1999, the European Blue Flag has flown on Baska's Big Beach and has become a trademark of Baska, as proof of the high quality of beach standards. It is a natural pebbly beach, 1800 m long, which can take several thousand swimmers. It’s particularly suitable for children and non-swimmers
On the other side of the Soline bay, there is a true picture-postcard village Cižici, encircled by the sea on one side, and a rich green Mediterranean forest on the other. in the immediate vicinity of the town there is Soline bay a beach with healing mud. Most of the beaches in Cizici are pebble.