Marine tourism in Croatia is on the rise and the number of boats sailing the Adriatic during summer ever greater. In recent years, yachts belonging to some of the richest people in the world have come to the Adriatic and have visited Rab too, bringing to mind the days when members of the British Royal family stayed here. Rab is very attractive to sailors. The bays, for daytime anchorage and leisure, the numerous small islands around the island and the favourable winds for those visiting under sail, are the reason why the waters around the island attract boats in the summer. > Read more
The island of Rab is covered with numerous hiking trails, and the most attractive among them lead to the highest peak, Kamenjak, which offers fantastic views of the nearby islands and mountains. With two national parks (Paklenica and Velebit) nearby, it would be a shame not to take advantage of the opportunity for hiking and back to nature. Just don’t forget the guide, to make sure that you are on the right path and you’ll discover the most interesting locations. Island Rab is the second greenest island on the Adriatic after NP Mljet down south in Dalmatia. > Read more
Rab is a small size island, but full of interesting bike trails that lead to attractive locations of the island and provide the opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of the Mediterranean landscape.
Riding around the island of Rab gives you an excellent opportunity for active holidays especially in spring and autumn, outside the summer heat and crowds. Ride at your own pace gives enough time for the stunning photos, swimming in the sea, whether you like byciclism in the hills or just drive along the coast. > Read more