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Useful information in one place for coming to Krk

The island of Krk belongs to the Kvarner group of islands located in the northern Adriatic between the Istrian peninsula to the west and the northern Croatian coast to the east. It is the most settled and one of the two largest Croatian islands.

Our accommodation units – hotel Malin, apartments and villas Malin Krk – are located in Malinska on the western part of the island of Krk. Its mild climate, beautiful beaches, great gastronomic offer and a number of events and attractions, make Malinska an ideal holiday spot at any time of the year.

The Tiha Šilo Campsite is located in the Tiho Bay, after which it was named and is just 500 m away from Šilo. Šilo is a tourist place located in the north-eastern part of the island of Krk. Šilo’s specialties are its pebble beaches, its countless coves for swimming and its large sandy beach especially suitable for children.

Good traffic connections offer our guests an easy and quick arrival regardless of whether their means of transport is a car, public transport or an airplane. Rijeka, Pula and Zagreb Airports offer a number of direct flights from different parts of Europe, allowing you quick and easy access. Find out more about the airlines at:, and

If you are arriving by car from Italy, after the Kozina border crossing, take the road to Rijeka, then to Kraljevica and on to the island of Krk. From Slovenia, more precisely, from Ljubljana, drive through Postojna, and after you cross the Rupa border continue to Rijeka, then Kraljevica and the island of Krk. From the direction of Hungary, drive to Zagreb, from where you proceed by taking the A1 highway to Rijeka, then the fast A7 road leads you directly to the Krk Bridge, which connects the island with the mainland.

You can download the route plan at:

All information on road conditions can be found on the pages of the Croatian Auto Club:

If you are coming by public transport (by train to Rijeka or by bus) check all the lines on the Rijeka railway station’s web site: or on Rijeka and Zagreb’s bus station sites:,

You can also reach Krk by ferry from the islands of Rab or Cres, and you can find the timetable on the pages of Jadrolinija:

The official currency in Croatia is kuna, and you can find more information about the exchange rate on the pages of the Croatian National Bank:

Closeness to facilities such as banks, ambulances, pharmacies, exchange offices, tourist offices, shops, bars and restaurants will make your stay comfortable and carefree. There is the possibility of paying by credit card almost everywhere.

Below you will find a list of more important phone numbers for your most carefree and safe holiday:

International dialling code for Croatia: 385

Call for urgent help: 112

Emergency: 194

Fire department: 193

Police: 192

Road assistance: 1987

National rescue and search center: 9155

Sea help: 00 385 919 112 112