Les alentours de Rijeka

En raison de son emplacement, Rijeka est le point de départ idéal pour découvrir toute la diversité qui l'entoure; en un court laps de temps, il est possible de visiter des sites complètement différents les uns des autres: se promener sur la promenade de la belle Opatija, faire du ski en hiver à Platak au-dessus de Rijeka, déguster des spécialités d'Istrie, marcher dans les forêts de montagne, explorer les îles... Découvrez nos chers voisins!


Opatija

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Opatija, an elegant tourist destination, is lying at the centre of a Riviera with the longest tradition of tourism in Croatia.


Lovran

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Lovran is a town with a long and diverse past and a hundred-year-long tradition of tourism. It took its name from laurel, laurus nobilis, which grows abundantly in the evergreen groves in the town and its surroundings.


Medveja

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The legend says Medveja was named after the mythological Greek enchantress Medea, who was the first person to walk into the sea from its beautiful and spacious pebble beach.


Bakar

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The town of Bakar is one of the oldest towns in the Northern Adriatic with a long and rich history.


Kastav

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The town of Kastav was built on a 365 m high hill overlooking the Kvarner Bay in the northern part of the Adriatic coast.


Viškovo

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Viškovo is located on the northwest side of the city of Rijeka, along the road that leads from the city of Rijeka to the villages of Skalnica and Klana.


Volosko

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Before Opatija became a holiday resort, Volosko was the seat of the district, an important trade port and the area's administrative centre.


Ičići and Ika

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Situated close to Opatija, Ičići are today is now a famous nautical centre. Its ACI Marinae has about 300 sea berths and 40 dry berths, offers thea complete nautical service and is a proud owner of the “Blue Flag”, an important environmental award.


Kostrena

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Kostrena is a popular, old seaside town mentioned for the first time in early 15th century. It is situated nearby Rijeka, surrounded by Martinšćica and the Bay of Bakar.


Kraljevica

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The little old coastal town of Kraljevica is located at the entrance to the Bay of Bakar, right in the heart of the blue Gulf of Kvarner, just where the roads from the interior first touch the sea.


Novi Vinodolski

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The Novi Vinodolski Riviera is located in the central part of Northern Hrvatsko primorje. And the town of Novi Vinodolski, which developed from the old fort of Novigrad that used to belong to the noble Frankopan family.


Grobnik and Platak

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Grobnik’s pride – the most best preserved testimony of past times is undoubtedly the Frankopan Castle, situated on a 466 metres high hill, between the left bank of the river Rječina River and the Grobnik Field.


Gorski kotar

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Nestled between continental Croatia and its coastal regions, Gorski kotar offers beautiful scenery simply ideal for a relaxing holiday, equally rich in cultural sights and natural attractions.


Učka

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Učka Nature Park encompasses the Učka Mountain and a part of the Ćićarija Mountain range. It is located along the northern Adriatic coast at one of the most northerly points of the Mediterranean, right where Istria meets the continental part of Croatia.


Senj

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The town of Senj is the largest urban agglomeration on the Croatian coast between Rijeka and Zadar.


Istria

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Istria is the biggest Adriatic peninsula and a region of amazing blue and green landscapes. Its indented coastline consists of inlets, beaches and small picturesque historical towns – elegant Umag and Novigrad, tourist mecca Poreč, beautiful Vrsar and Rovinj, the famous oasis of Mediterranean romance.


Krk

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Among the 1185 Croatian islands, only one is golden, Insula Aurea – the island of Krk.


Mošćenička Draga

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It seems like Mošćenička Draga is somehow “separated” from the rest of the world, but for tourists, curious visitors, weekend guests, hikers, sportspersons, artists and nature enthusiasts this place has always been the recommended holiday destination.


Crikvenica

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In addition to beautiful natural surroundings, crystal clear sea, fresh air, and traditionally hospitable people, one of the main reasons for choosing Crikvenica for your holidays is the area's balmy, stable and healthy Mediterranean climate and microclimate.


Cres

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The island of Cres is located in the wide Bay of Kvarner and is the biggest Adriatic island. The coastline of the island is indented and abounds with many bays and pebble beaches in the west and south while the northern and eastern parts are crowned with steep and savage cliffs.


Lošinj

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Where the stars look beautiful like nowhere else, where you breathe with your full lungs, where waves of Iistria, Kvarner and Dalmatia intertwine, and where the last North Adriatic school of dolphins swimmswims happily – that's where the Lošinj Archipelago is located.


Klana

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Le village de Klana, à 18 kilomètres de Rijeka, jouit d’un succès touristique croissant. Les marcheurs, les randonneurs et les cyclistes de loisir peuvent profiter des sentiers de marche et de randonnée, tandis que les sites historiques avoisinants intègrent Klana dans l’intéressant et important anneau de Rijeka.


Jelenje

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A seulement 15 kilomètres de Rijeka se trouve Jelenje, une zone karstique à une altitude d’environ 300 mètres, dont le climat est méditerranéen-continental. La population indigène parle le dialecte tchakavien de Grobnik, qui en 2011 fut déclaré patrimoine culturel non matériel protégé de la République de Croatie.