Croatia | From the Narrowest Street in the World at Vrbnik to the Island of Pag
It wouldn’t be the first time we’d visited Vrbnik with friends or family. But it’s that spectacular that our re-visit to the island of Krk with the girl’s grandparents had to include a trip to Vrbnik. Well, who couldn’t resist a chance to see themselves inside the ‘narrowest street in the world’?
Every region should have Something special
We’d written an article earlier in the trip about our ‘5 Most Favourite Coastlines in Europe‘ and this is certainly about to be re-written to include this gem of coastline.
Before long you head down the hillside (some 2hrs of driving between Vrbnik and Prizna) towards the car ferry to Pag… It’s bigger than the Rab ferry (so at least we fitted on this time – click here for more on that white knuckle ferry ride) and you are across in only 20mins (cost – 30 euros)
Pag is an island famous for its lace, award winning sheep’s cheese and lays claim to some of the world’s oldest living olive trees… so plenty to find out more about during our stay at the impressive campsite at Camping Šimuni (another of the girl’s real favourites from across the trip)