Cave Biserujka, Soline bay with drinking water and mud

Cave Biserujka, Soline bay with drinking water and mud

Published: 05.12.2014 u 23:00

On the northern side of the island Krk, immediately after the bridge, the first road to the left, there is a small  Cave Biserujka. The bay Soline shallow water is ideal for a ball game for children and adults - Picigin. Along the beach there is a healing mud, good for skin and rheumatic problems. After swimming and sunbathing, we recommend going to Shiloh or Cizici in one of the restaurants that serve local dishes with views of the sea and mountains in the background.

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