Outdoor swimming pool (open during summer months) with heated water, beautiful suntanning area, air heavy with the scents of Mediterranean herbs…it is an experience that is difficult to describe with words and pictures. As you are relaxing, our friendly staff will serve you your favourite drinks. There is a spot for children by the swimming pool where they can enjoy their own vacations.
Medane Beach Club
Medane Beach Club is a private beach located 3 km from the hotel. The hotel guests may enjoy deck chairs, sun umbrellas and a parking lot, all free of charge. During the summer months, we provide our guests with free transfers to the beach.
Many small coves and beaches are “hiding” between Punat and Stara Baška and can be accessed only from the sea. Take advantage of the opportunity, find your cove and go for a swim!
Beautiful pebble beach in Baška
Baška is one of the trump cards of the Island of Krk thanks to Vela Plaža (Big Beach), the pearl of Kvarner with a length of almost two kilometers. The beach offers a great selection of additional content so that everyone can find something to suit their interests.
Top 5 beaches on Island Krk
The largest and most famous beach on the island of Rab in Lopar is Rajska plaža. It is about 2 km long and offers many different tourist facilities.
It was awarded the Blue Flag, an international symbol of quality, environmental protection and swimmer safety.
Near Šilo there is a small town called Soline which is abundant in the benefits of medicinal mud. Today it is one of Krk’s island attractions and a must-visit destination for many guests.
Plavnik and Mali Plavnik
Just a 1-hour boat ride away lies the small islet of Plavnik which is a true example of the beauty of the Adriatic Sea and coast.
Plavnik plays a very significant role in the protection of Griffon vultures who come to this islet from the island of Cres.
Mali Plavnik – stands out with its rich vegetation. It is home to 44 plant species, most significantly an endemic population of Campanula istriatica (in cracks between the rocks) and Centaurea dalmatica.
Take advantage of the opportunity, find your cove and go for a swim!