Krk is Croatia's largest island in the northern Adriatic Sea, connected to the mainland by an impressive road bridge from near Rijeka attracting tourists each year. There are also connections to Cres with a ferry link between Merag (Cres) and Valbiska (Krk) and to the island of Rab by a ferry link between Valbiska (Krk) and Lopar (Rab). 

Krk is famous for its 5th-century St. Mary’s Cathedral with an impressive marble altar and bell tower. The island celebrates octopus where a signature dish is the famous octopus ragout. The island is also famous for producing Sea “champagne” by two winemakers on the island of Krk who lay bottles in a cage on the sea bed for several years, allowing the dark to help relax the wine and the waves to turn the bottles. It retails for around 200 euros a bottle and the bottles become beautifully encrusted with shells and corals.

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