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Dobrinj

Dobrinj

The wealth that Dobrinj District boasts, their advantage over other destinations is the abundance and diversity of settlements, untouched nature of the belt through the dense pine forests of deciduous vegetation, typical Mediterranean landscapes with picturesque rocks and low vegetation, clear water with sandy and rocky beaches , tame and naturally protected coves ideal for water sports and underwater, natural healing mud, various cultural and historical sights, originality, peace, hospitality, domestic culinary specialties, and cultural climate. The municipality Dobrinj make settlements Cizici, Dobrinj Gabonjin, Gostinjac, Upper and Lower Hlapa, Klanice, Klimno, Kras, Meline, Field, Rasopasno, Rudine, salt works, Suzan, Saint John, Saint Vitus, Silo, Tribulje, Žestilac and Županje , which occupy the northeastern part of the island, one of his najuščuvanijih oasis. Dobrinj is always cultural, historical center of the homonymous municipality which belongs to the twenty one picturesque village.

Offer in Dobrinj : Grocery shop, cafe bars, restaurants, ambulance / doctor, rent a boat, tourist boat trips, museum / cultural heritage, beach volleyball, scuba diving.

Region : Island Krk

The data on island colonization associated with the Illyrian tribe Japoden Liburna and then the Greeks, when the island of Krk belongs Elektridskim or Apsirtidskim. Roman lead to the end of the old era and the first century AD. However by the end of the 6th century Croats began to settle on the island become an absolute majority. On the island of Krk is very early Christianity arrived and is already in the 5th century. N. e. formed the diocese with the center in the city of Krk and the first known Bishop Andrew (680). Croats settled in families by castles and therefore today the island has four distinct dialect. At the end of the 12th century. Emerge from these genera and the famous Dukes of Krk-Frankopan. It is the only family on the Adriatic islands to develop its power in European razmjerima- originated from Vrbnik, and their estates were spread on the mainland: Trsat, Copper, Kraljevica, Crikvenica, Novi Vinodolski, Otocac, Brinje, etc. And are Frankopani at the peak of his powers possessed territory equal to half of today's Croatian.

Dobrinj